Gioconda


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Gioconda

(Italian dʒoˈkonda)
n
(Art Terms) La Gioconda See Mona Lisa
[Italian: the smiling (lady)]
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1911: Leonardo da Vinci's Mona Lisa (La Gioconda) was stolen from the Louvre in Paris.
The month-long exhibition will showcase 17 of Leonardo da Vinci's masterpieces, including the famous La Gioconda o Mona Lisa, The Last Supper, Madona Benois and Cecilia Gallerani.
James Abbott McNeill Whistler had his mom, Leonardo da Vinci had Lisa del Gioconda (Mona Lisa), and The Friendly Painters have the residents of Friendship Village senior living.
On December 4, clarinettist Orfeas Hiratos presents a programme with works by famous French composers (Darius Milhaud, Paul Taffanel, Francis Poulenc, Jacques Ibert) and an excerpt from the album Gioconda's Smile by the Greek composer Manos Hadjidakis.
Gioconda, a practical girl of 16th CenturyVenice, longs for a lover without all the raw and radical passion of her time.
One of Latin America's most important writers, Belli is a critic of the Ortega government.Nicaraguan author Gioconda Belli was announced Tuesday as the winner of the Hermann Kesten Prize, a prestigious literary award bestowed every two years by the German chapter of PEN International, a writers association that defends freedom of expression worldwide.
OPERA: La Gioconda - Opera by Amilcare Ponchielli, May 25, 18:30, State Opera Banska Bystrica