35 Burst results for "Mona"

Voter ID Requirements Increases Minority Registration

The Larry Elder Show

00:54 sec | Last week

Voter ID Requirements Increases Minority Registration

"Three is it true? That these laws are suppressing the black and brown vote? Jason Reilly, a member of The Wall Street Journal editorial board once set in for me. Do Republicans win elections by preventing minorities, blacks, Latinos, and others, from voting? For those on the left and their allies in the major media, the answer is yes. Even more than that, it's an article of faith. The usual example they offer is state laws, often passed by Republican majority legislatures, requiring voters to present a photo ID at their polling place, something required in almost every other democracy in the world. According to the left, voter ID depresses minority turnout. And is therefore a blatant form of racial discrimination. But there's a problem with this accusation. There's no evidence to support it. Minorities are voting in greater numbers and at higher percentages than ever before.

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Tiffany Cross Accuses Kyrsten Sinema of Upholding White Supremacy

The Larry Elder Show

01:06 min | Last week

Tiffany Cross Accuses Kyrsten Sinema of Upholding White Supremacy

"And meanwhile, over on investment behi that I watched that you don't have to, the Arizona senator was described by, I think it was at CNN. It was probably the worst thing you can be described as a Democrat, one of the graphics described her excuse me as a Republican. She's a Democrat. Here's what MSNBC has Tiffany cross said Tiffany cross said about Christian cinema. Yeah, you know, this is an interesting challenge, Angela, because look, cinema is a Democrat, but she is in many ways upholding white supremacy. You and I both know what the filibuster was originally used for. Take a listen. Actually, the filibuster was not originally used for that, but we'll get into that a little bit later on. Some remark that she made this week and then we'll talk about it. When one party needs only negotiate with itself, policy will inextricably be pushed from the middle towards the extremes. And I understand. There's some on both sides of the aisle. I prefer that outcome. But I do not.

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Abrams Treads Carefully in Relationship With Biden

The Larry Elder Show

01:07 min | Last week

Abrams Treads Carefully in Relationship With Biden

"Regarding Stacey Abrams, the failed Georgia gubernatorial candidate skipping the Georgia speech. Here's what they said about this on morning Joe and morning Joe of course, I'm not sure what he is now. He certainly was a Republican House member, but has moved steadily to the left and has been a harsh critic of Donald Trump. Here's what he said about Stacey Abrams, skipping the Georgia speech by Joe Biden. I mean, politicians show up with presidents when they have 52% approval ratings. Politicians don't show up with presidents when their approval ratings may be in the 30s in a state where they are. There's another reason. Are you getting the tires rotated? And right now in the middle of COVID, that's kind of hard. I just don't know. I would say this about whatever. This is politics one O one. I find it fascinating and it speaks less to stay Stacey Abrams that really does than it does when she perceives Joe Biden's political standing to be in the state of George right now. That she's not showing up in an event that was custom made for her.

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Former Obama Advisor Critical of Biden Economic Policies

The Larry Elder Show

01:17 min | Last week

Former Obama Advisor Critical of Biden Economic Policies

"Joe Biden's poll numbers continue to fall, and he's now being criticized widely on CNN and on places like NBC. Here's what a reporter said about his COVID response. There's a lot of concern among people who advise the Biden transition among former Obama administration officials, either allies of the president in this administration. But concern that the confusion and the messaging, the conflicting signals that are being sent are really hurting not only the president's credibility, but the CDC's credibility and that could make it even more difficult to fight this pandemic longer term. And this is a former Obama adviser named Larry summers, economists used to be the head of Harvard. Blasted the Biden's economic adviser who doesn't seem to think that inflation is going to last very long. When we talk with Brian, do you know him well from The White House this week? He said, well, really, this is the supply side problem. Once we get the supply chain fixed, it'll be all fixed. Is he right? No. He's wrong. We have a massive overheated labor market. We have the highest ratio of vacancies to unemployment in the country's history by a large margin.

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How Republicans Are More Generous Than Democrats

The Larry Elder Show

01:00 min | Last week

How Republicans Are More Generous Than Democrats

"Four three back to my conversation with my physical therapist. She was complaining about how selfish Republicans are, and conservatives, and I informed her that conservatives were more generous with their time with their money with their blood. Then liberals and didn't even close, I referred her to a book called who really cares. And she said, well, okay, what about healthcare? Republicans don't want to give people healthcare. And I first of all inform her that healthcare coverage is not a right. It's not in the constitution. And the filibuster, they like to say it's not in the constitution. Okay, fine, neither healthcare. And I said the best way to provide healthcare to make it more accessible with more competition. And make things cheaper, make things more accessible and improve the quality. She said, what about people that just can't afford it? What about people that just don't have any money? I said, that's what charities for. And she said, do you think that Republicans would provide charity for people who are? Without healthcare, if the government didn't provide it, I said, ah, yeah.

U.S. Perceptions of White-Black Relations Sink to New Low

The Larry Elder Show

01:12 min | Last week

U.S. Perceptions of White-Black Relations Sink to New Low

"Latest Rasmussen reports on race relations, only 25% of American adults believe race relations the nation are good or excellent. There's barely unchanged from April 2021. 35% now give you race relations a poor rating down from 44% last spring. Now I've said before, the definition of race relations in America is how black people feel about white people how white people feel about how black people feel about white people. That's really what it comes down to. And the high point of the percentage of Americans who believe that race relations are good or somewhat good with 71%, and that was during the administration of George W. Bush. That percentage fell dramatically during the Barack Obama years. For all the reasons I mentioned earlier. I think Americans felt they were duped. American felt that they black president they hired was a guy who was on 60 minutes. When Steve Croft asks senator Obama, if you don't win, will it be because of racism? And senator Obama said, no. If I don't win, it will be because I failed articulate a vision that the American people can embrace.

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LA Sheriff Asks Feds to Prosecute Gang Who Killed Cop

The Larry Elder Show

00:48 sec | Last week

LA Sheriff Asks Feds to Prosecute Gang Who Killed Cop

"My guess is LA county sheriff Alex V in a way with sheriff. How unusual is it for a case to be taken away from the LA county DA and turned over to the feds and situation like this? How unusual is that? Well, given that track record of gascon sadly, it won't be the first won't be the last time that this is going to happen. Remember, Beverly Hills had a robbery and it went also went to the fez and they bypass gas going, but most people really weren't paying attention to it. And we're going to see more of this and we don't want to overburden our federal counterparts obviously because our numbers might just overwhelm the federal agencies and federal court, but we need to have a deal that's going to actually do his job. And this gentleman just refuses to. And that's not acceptable for us.

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Why MLK Was Wrong on Reparations

The Larry Elder Show

01:19 min | Last week

Why MLK Was Wrong on Reparations

"Give me okay in 1968, spoke about he didn't use the term reparations, but that's exactly what he was talking about. Here's what he said in 1968 the year he was assassinated. And I'm quoting at the very same time that America refused to give the Negro in a land through an act of Congress, our government was giving away millions of acres of land in the west and in the Midwest, which meant it was willing to undergird its white peasants from Europe with an economic floor. But not only did they give them land, they built land grant colleges with government money to teach them how to farm. Not only that, they provided county agents to further their expertise in farming. Not only that, they provided low interest rates in order that they could mechanize their farms. And he also spoke about black people needing to get their check from the government. So MLK certainly was right in talking about equal rights. But frankly did wrong in suggesting government should do something to provoke equal results. To the extent that there were people who were discriminated against or their legal heirs, there have been lawsuits that have been filed, there have been settlements that have been reached. But beyond that, a government can only be just in its own time.

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What MSNBC Says About the Future of Joy Reid's Show

The Larry Elder Show

00:53 sec | Last week

What MSNBC Says About the Future of Joy Reid's Show

"Now I want to also correct something we said last week and last week I said that joy Reid, who show on Emerson behe, I watched that you don't have to her show is not going to be renewed by MSNBC hall. Well, Emma's in Bihar put out a statement and said the reports that say she no longer is going to be having a show. Or wrong. One of those reports was in red state. In my opinion, normally is a reliable source conservative source, but still reliable. They published a story claiming that MSNBC hall was not going to renew joy, Reed's show. Now says, in fact, they are, so I don't know whether they initially said no, they weren't going to renew it. And then the fit hit the Shan, her fans, contacted them and they changed their mind, or whether or not the story was wrong in the first place. I don't know. All I know is that, according to MSNBC, she does, in fact, still have a show. Triple

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Governor Ron DeSantis Announces Proposals to Stop Illegal Immigration

The Larry Elder Show

01:05 min | 2 weeks ago

Governor Ron DeSantis Announces Proposals to Stop Illegal Immigration

"Now Ron DeSantis has a plan on what he intends to do if and when Joe Biden brings illegal aliens to Florida. And so obviously he's not securing the border, which is a problem. But then to farm out people into communities all across the country is imposing huge costs on Florida and other states. And so what we've said is a number of things. One, we have sued Biden and we have a case in federal court. Two, I'm asking money for the legislature so that if we do get wind of these flights and we haven't had flights in the last couple of months since this has become a big issue. But we do anticipate they're going to try again. We have money that if they drop in Jacksonville, let's say I'll pay for buses and we will send to Delaware some of these other places. And then they'll know that Florida is not a good place to do. We're also going to impose some, I guess, restitution on the companies that are bringing them in with the federal government. These are contractors, bus companies, whatever. We're going to charge them per head a restitution, because when you bring somebody in, there's a whole host of costs that go along with

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A US Based Virologist Warns Parents Against Vaccinating Kids

The Larry Elder Show

01:09 min | 2 weeks ago

A US Based Virologist Warns Parents Against Vaccinating Kids

"There is a piece in epoch times. About Robert Malone, virologist, immunologists, who contributed significantly to the technology that allowed us to develop these kinds of vaccines. Here's what the headline is. Think twice before you vaccinate your kids. Doctor Robert Malone Warren's parents, on COVID-19 shots, as you know, during the campaign when I ran for governor, I was asked by Joe Johns of CNN about Maxine vaccine for children. And I said, one more time, children are not likely to get sick. Not likely to get seriously sick, not likely to be hospitalized and certainly not likely to die. And they showed that, and then Joe John's voice over said, but that's not true. According to the CDC, yada bloch et cetera well, this is doctor Robert Malone, who contributed a great deal to the technology that was used to develop these vaccines. Here is what he said and I'm quoting. Think twice before you vaccinate your kids. Because if something bad happens, you can't go back and say, whoops, I want to do a do over.

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The Highlights of the Trump Presidency

The Larry Elder Show

01:03 min | 2 weeks ago

The Highlights of the Trump Presidency

"You know, I was naive enough to think if Donald Trump got elected that after he governed and people realized the world wasn't going to explode and that he wasn't going to take away people's rights. The people would calm down and take a look at the economy, calm down, take a look at the borders. Calm down, take a look at gas prices as you have. Calm down, take a look at Dell the things he's done for people of color. Whether it's pardoning Jack Johnson or supporting school choice that black and brown parents in the undercity want. Whether securing the borders to prevent illegal aliens, particularly those who are unskilled from coming into this country and competing for jobs, that would otherwise be held by people living in the inner city with high school, or less education. And preventing them from putting down what pressure on their wages, whether it was standing up to the Chinese, whether standing up to NATO and getting the NATO allies to pony up the percentage that they're supposed to pony up. Something that both George W. Bush and Barack Obama complained about, but did nothing about.

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Cdc Director Refuses to Correct Supreme Court Justice's COVID Mischaracterization

The Larry Elder Show

01:04 min | 2 weeks ago

Cdc Director Refuses to Correct Supreme Court Justice's COVID Mischaracterization

"On your Sotomayor, said there were a 100,000 children. Seriously ill because of corolla coronavirus. Many of them on ventilators, Jake tapper says it is just not true Jake tapper of CNN. Well, the CDC director Rochelle Walensky was on Fox News over the weekend, and was asked if she should correct the justices mischaracterization. Here's what happened. But I'm talking from your data ages 15 to 24, for example, the risk of death is that 0.001%. I guess what I'm getting at in this opening is that the Supreme Court is in the process of dealing with this big issue about mandates. And do you feel the responsibility as a CDC director to correct a very big mischaracterization by one of the Supreme Court Justices? Do you feel like you have an obligation to do clean up on our number 6? I mean, she made some assertion that even Jake tapper of CNN said his flat out wrong. Do you feel as a healthcare professional? To correct the record and to correct the justice for her miscarriage,

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Jake Tapper Calls out Supreme Court Justice's Disinformation

The Larry Elder Show

01:05 min | 2 weeks ago

Jake Tapper Calls out Supreme Court Justice's Disinformation

"About the assertion that justice Sonia Sotomayor made by the way I met the wise Latina comment because she gave a talk one time before she got confirmed and said that she believes a wise Latina would more often than not reach a better conclusion than a white male who hasn't had her experiences. Not too racist. Here's what Jake tapper said about her assertion of 100,000 children seriously ill, many of whom are on ventilators. And Joan, I heard some assertions made by the Supreme Court Justices today that were simply false. One example, justice so to my said, quote, we have over 100,000 children, which we've never had before in serious condition and many on ventilators. That's just not true. There are fewer than 5000 miners hospitalized with COVID right now, seeing their on the right were showing the figures. Not a 100,000. And that includes minors who were admitted because of COVID and ones who tested positive, but had been hospitalized for other reasons. What do you make of this? Again, this is CNN, Jake tapper, as you well know. I'd love to use left wing sources in order to advance my position.

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The Democrats' Shape Shifting Stance on Voter Fraud

The Larry Elder Show

01:08 min | 2 weeks ago

The Democrats' Shape Shifting Stance on Voter Fraud

"Nancy Pelosi once again talking about the Democrats objecting in 2004 and they finished the clip. Before the election, there were complaints about absentee ballots and that this is wrong. There were credible reports of voter suppression in election on election day, through intimidation and misinformation and the patchwork use of provisional ballots led to unequal treatment under the law. Unequal treatment under the law. Again, this is Nancy Pelosi, complaining about the 2004 election. Engaging in the big lie. Mining the principal of one person. Insurrection. One vote and equal protection. As for after the election, the American people must have confidence that every vote legally cast will be legally counted and accurately counted. But constantly shifting vote tallies in Ohio and malfunctioning electronic machines which may not have paper receipts have led to additional loss of confidence by the public.

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Why January 6 Was Not an Insurrection

The Larry Elder Show

01:10 min | 2 weeks ago

Why January 6 Was Not an Insurrection

"Let me read you from the Fourteenth Amendment section three. No person shall be a senator or representative in Congress or elector of president or vice president or hold any office. If this person has engaged in insurrection or rebellion. Or given aid or comfort to the enemies thereof end quote. No person shall be president. If this person has engaged in insurrection or rebellion. That tells you exactly why the Democrat and the media despite the fact that of the 700 people arrested, most of whom were charged with misdemeanors, some charged with very serious offenses to be sure. That is why the media and Democrats insist on referring to what happened on January 6th as an insurrection.

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TV Sitcom Dad, Bob Saget, Dead at 65

The Larry Elder Show

01:06 min | 2 weeks ago

TV Sitcom Dad, Bob Saget, Dead at 65

"Dad, a full house, has died at the age of 65. He had just performed a set in Orlando, Florida, and was found dead on responsive, according to a sheriff's statement on Twitter. Detectives and I'm quoting found no signs of foul play or drug use in this case. Again, I don't want this to sound about moi, but I did have an occasion to meet and talk with mister Sagan on several occasions. He and I both belong to a tennis club called to Luca like tennis club. And there was a little Jim where I would work out several times awake and he was almost always there, very affable, very personable, very good guy to talk to. And I liked him very much. I wasn't a fan of the comedy show, not because I thought it was bad, but you get to a certain age and sitcom set up set up set up joke laugh track set up set up set up joke laugh track. You don't want to do that anymore. No slide on the sitcom. It wasn't my demo, and I'm not their demo. So, but bob Sega did at the age of 65 years old. Now,

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AOC Staffer Writes, Deletes Racist Tweet About Israel

The Larry Elder Show

00:48 sec | 2 weeks ago

AOC Staffer Writes, Deletes Racist Tweet About Israel

"Now, AOC, who has contracted coronavirus tested positive, having been triple vexed, spent her holidays in Florida. She was photographed not wearing a mask now you never know where somebody contracted the coronavirus. But triple X steel contracted it. And she's got a staffer, named Hussein, alto meanie, legislative assistant in AOC's office. And in a post since deleted, here's what mister alto meaney said and I'm quoting. Israel is a racist European ethno state built on stolen land from its indigenous population

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"mona" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

02:42 min | 4 months ago

"mona" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

"Day on. Its and started you get. Mona started off. God in.

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"mona" Discussed on HISTORY This Week

HISTORY This Week

07:17 min | 5 months ago

"mona" Discussed on HISTORY This Week

"From under his bed and prop it up on his bed and just stare at it and according to his own reports he fell in with the cast a spell over forty testimony. He just couldn't bear to part with it. He barely wants to spend time with his friends. He just brush home after work and stare at the mona lisa. It was consuming him and he decides eventually that he has to get rid of it and bring it back to his home country. Italy where it belongs in november of nineteen thirteen peru writes a letter to a florentine art. Dealer named alfredo jetty sing. I have the mona. Lisa would have preferred it as not as it's called in italian and i'd like to return it to the uffizi gallery. Will you meet me. It signed leonhard at first jedi thinks this is a prank. He almost throws the letter out. What are the chances right. but he's friends with giovanni forty. Who is the director of feet. See museum slogans. And so they talk about they say well we mindful as well hear the sky out. They eventually go together to peru. She hotel room to see this supposed- mona lisa when they arrive yet. Is there waiting for them. This little italian guy with a big mustache as he pulls out from under his bed and the hotels the shipping container any opens according to jedi. Peruta pulls out. Some broken shoes a squashed at some painting supplies mandolin. Then he opens the trunks false bottom and pulls out an object wrapped in red silk lays it on the bed and uncovers. It is the more lisa. The two men are shocked. Jedi later testifies to are astonished is the divine Kanda appeared. They can tell it's the real thing and they tried to keep a straight face and he said Is it okay with you. If we bring this to defeat seemed to have our conservators check it over to make sure that it's a good condition. It's really the original. And he said sure and he. Lets leave the room with the mona lisa. They bring into the offensive museum and the next day the eleventh of december nine hundred thirteen opens the door was you are there. And he is very confused. He seemed genuinely think that would be welcomed as a national hero for repatriating. This painting the rukia is sent to jail and the word goes out to the world. The mona lisa has been found. The italian prime minister's formal announcement reads the mona. Lisa will be delivered to the french ambassador with a solemnity worthy of leonardo da vinci and spirit of happiness worthy of the mona. Lisa's smile but before heading back to paris. The mona lisa makes a tour of italy on its first day. Thirty thousand people show up to see and as the newspaper is begin to report on perrugia. He sort of gets his wish. The media portrays him as a hero. This is someone who rescued the kidnapped. Italian mona lisa and brought it back to you. After six months in jail peruta stands trial. He stuck to his story that never wanted to profit. He just wants to do this to be a good italian to bring this italian master work back home and it seems to have convinced not only the general public but also the judge peruta gets a light sentence just a year and fifteen days on appeal. That's reduced to seven months italian states. Not like they needed to do something to symbolically. Punish the sif because you're not supposed to steal from a foreign national museum. But they didn't really want to punch him. Ferruccio is released and hailed as an italian robin hood. We don't know much about his life after that but he dies a few years after the whole ordeal. The mona lisa meanwhile returns to the lose more famous than ever. The mona lisa prior to being stolen was among the most famous works of art in the world. That this really solidified its position. I'm not sure he would have that. Distinction of other iconic. You know top. Fifty famous works of art had not been stoke and also had it not been stolen out relatively early time in the history of media because the press loved this story the kidnapped beauty. The robin hood thief charney told us we still tend to think of art crime in those romantic terms. Though the reality today is much more sinister. It tends to be funded by organized crime or use to finance arms trader terrorist groups and it's surprisingly common. There are about twenty thousand pieces of art stolen every year in italy alone. Luckily the mona lisa in france has its own special glass case. Its own personal guards so that today. I think it's impossible to steal having sip that you're never supposed to say something's impossible steal because that's throwing down a gauntlet and there's always some too much time on their hands. Who wants to prove you wrong. Thanks for listening to history this week for more moments throughout history that are also worth watching. Check your local tv listings to find out. What's on the history channel today. This episode was produced by julie mcgruder. Special thanks today to paran lumber at the bates college library history. this week is also produced by ben. Ecksteen julia press sally. How mckanie. Lynn is our senior producer and our editor and sound designing is jonathan. Siri our researcher is. Emma fredericks are executive producers. Are jesse cats. And ted butler. Don't forget to subscribe and review history this week. Wherever you get your podcasts and we will see you next week power. The world's best podcasts. Show that we recommend hi. My name is john. Camp am a licensed therapist and host of the angry therapist podcast. I went through my own. Inner journey many years ago post divorce and had been helping people with. 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"mona" Discussed on HISTORY This Week

HISTORY This Week

07:26 min | 5 months ago

"mona" Discussed on HISTORY This Week

"A group called the association for research into crimes against art. That's his specialty art crime. He told us for most people. The whole art world feels impenetrable and faraway kinda like the mona lisa herself behind her guards and her glass. There's a little bit of intimidation too it. It feels somehow elitist and that might be one reason why stories about art. Theft and art crime are so fascinating. The idea that these elites are being duped. It there's a certain pleasure in you know that that may not be may not be the best reason to come to it. But i think these thieves have a robin robinhood. Five to them at least in the world of fiction and in a handful of these famous cases including the case of the mona lisa. The mona lisa is without a doubt the most famous painting in the world may be the most famous visually megyn world. I'm not quite sure what the rivals are. Martin kemp emeritus professor of art history at the university of oxford. A leonardo davinci expert. He's seen the mona lisa up close and personal out of its protective glass case on more than one occasion he has also seen it on his feet pair of mona lisa stocks. So i use these festivals and get things off to a to alight start. I don't have a monalisa bikini bottom that some people do the image of this. Renaissance portrait has been printed and reprinted again all kinds of surprising places. It has been the subject of wild myth making and conspiracy theories like people claim. There are letters painted into her. Is that if you look at the painting just right. You can see a hidden lion's head that if you do some complicated numerical analysis relying on the symbolic importance of the number two you can discern that the painting is actually a painting of leonardo davinci's mother perhaps unsurprisingly when people see the mona lisa there sometimes disappointed. She looks smaller than they expected. No hidden message is revealed. The description anna sentences seems pretty simple. You've got a woman sitting in a chair. Her face is toward us. Her body turned slightly away. She's sitting in a balcony and as we look past leaser into the background. We see this landscape. Remarkable landscape mountains abridge a- dry brown riverbed but come told us the painting really does draw. You in. it's a picture full of invitations. She looks at you. It's very daring a rene saenz. Most portraits of women are profiles was. It's not good manners for a woman. Joined jalgaon i contact with a man unless intending something and she smiles and that's even more daring it's the first poultry to women who looks at assen smiles yet it's allusive because none of the features absolutely draw there are no rigid edges which invites us to complete the picture as it were the meaning. I think the great hottest new house a draw you in but they leave. You is some space. Leonardo da vinci himself has also been a somewhat elusive character. Kemp told us he left records from his life. But not much. That was confessional or emotional. We know that he was born in fourteen fifty two to a florentine notary and peasant mother. He was in jets out the product of hot summers evening and vinci which is a two horse town. It's not not a major place until he was brought up in vinci hence leonardo da vinci and from an early age. It's clear that he has a brilliant mind dot manifested itself. Richie under challenge was not just in painting but looking and a lot of art is actually as artists will challenge you. It's about looking looking kathleen looking intensively and looking in ways that other people haven't looked overtime. Davinci picks up skills in many disciplines. He's an inventor. A botanist and anatomist even studied fossils and his skill for art becomes legendary. He gets prestigious commissions. He figures out special new painting techniques like he decreases the amount of pigment in his oil paints which meant he was laying translucent layers of kala over the top of this white background. It's like a system of very fine sheets of Stained glass gnashing the light through. It has an extraordinary visual effects and that sorta vibration the nature leonardo's kind of vibration. The light up close. You can see that vibration in the mona lisa. Most historians agree that davinci had begun working on this painting. By the time he was in his fifties he was already and artistic star. The painting was almost certainly a portrait of the wife of a well off. florentine merchant. Go rosa gymnastics late. Don't want it to be such a boring center. They want it to be something extraordinary. Alleging must more to it than this bourgeois woman. But that's probably who'd it's lisa jared. Dini the wife of francesco. Del gio condo vinci worked on the mona lisa. Over many years he's a slow painting. Nobody's more protectionist. He's left italy by this point and is working in france. And when davinci dies in fifteen. Nineteen logic kanda aka. The mona lisa is perched in his studio. Davinci was by then a major celebrity and some of his work including that little portrait of lisa. Gardini ends up in the french royal collection over the years. French kings and queens past the painting down one to another and the mona lisa gathers admirers. French writers talk about her as sort of fem. Vitol king henry. The fourth considers selling the mona lisa. But his courtiers tell him. Don't get rid of as your best. Painting is little picture over bush. Florence got his best painting. That's extraordinary soon. After the move open says museum in seventeen ninety three. The mona lisa is transferred there with the rest of the french royal collection and it hangs in those halls for more than a hundred years except for a brief stint on the walls of napoleon's bedroom. Meanwhile outside the lose. Paris grows and changes napoleon rises and falls. The eiffel tower is built. Movies are invented. balu grows to encompass tens of thousands of works of art and by the.

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"mona" Discussed on The Travel Wins

The Travel Wins

05:00 min | 7 months ago

"mona" Discussed on The Travel Wins

"To the podcast yesterday as costume designer mona me mona travels the world for her design work in movies and television her designs have become iconic and i was fortunate enough to reach her on a short break between duke film projects helping to different continents. You know you've made it when you when you designed costumes that our halloween costumes. Yes and feel my movies so a funny eight millimeter rami. Michelle michelle reunion of people dresses. That definitely cool. Yeah Enchanted to which is a pretty big movie farrell's a lot of people prince or princess. So so.

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"mona" Discussed on Talk with Oliver

Talk with Oliver

04:04 min | 1 year ago

"mona" Discussed on Talk with Oliver

"Now the people in that room <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> they say <Speech_Female> what is the <Speech_Female> first number and <Speech_Female> the all right down a number that comes <Speech_Female> to that head <Speech_Female> than they do <Speech_Male> The average <Speech_Male> number that came up <Speech_Female> the most right <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> and then they put out <Speech_Female> the first ball <Speech_Female> and they keep doing it. Second <Speech_Female> federal say six. <Speech_Female> He <Speech_Male> then goes on <Silence> the tv right <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> using his own production <Speech_Female> to record. <Speech_Female> He then plays <Speech_Male> the tv of <Silence> the national lottery <Speech_Male> which <Speech_Male> was recorded half <Silence> an hour hour before <Speech_Female> but his <Speech_Female> on tv. So <Speech_Female> it's live meaning. <Speech_Female> It's on the tv <Speech_Female> right now <Speech_Male> but it's not actually live. <Speech_Female> It was recorded <Speech_Female> half an hour ago. <Speech_Female> And it's now being played <Speech_Male> when you look <Speech_Female> at him. <Speech_Female> Predicting the bows <Speech_Female> and you see the tv <Silence> in real time. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> Showing those booze <Speech_Male> you think. <Speech_Male> He's like a split screen <Speech_Male> or something always <Speech_Male> been fed information. <Speech_Male> He <Speech_Female> is an he. <Speech_Female> Got everyone <Speech_Female> to tune in <Speech_Female> to each lottery. <Speech_Female> Bow and he <Speech_Female> predicted the lottery. <Speech_Female> Again you <Speech_Female> can buy it <Speech_Female> because <Speech_Female> the line <Speech_Female> closed the half an <Speech_Female> hour ago. Yeah but <Speech_Male> they managed <SpeakerChange> to pick <Silence> up the lottery numbers <Speech_Male> in <Speech_Male> a room. <Speech_Female> And how fucking <Speech_Female> credible <Speech_Female> is that. <Speech_Female> Because that means <Speech_Male> that through meditation <Speech_Female> you can <Speech_Male> shoot into anything <Speech_Female> and you can <Speech_Male> <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Male> take over <Speech_Male> anything. So the <Speech_Male> meditation think <Speech_Female> actually heal the whole planet. <Speech_Male> Papayas craig <Speech_Female> right. They predicted <Speech_Female> the lottery but shooting <Speech_Male> in two <Speech_Male> of the production <Speech_Male> team who only <Speech_Male> acknowledged. <Speech_Male> That's number <Speech_Male> seven my grandfather <Speech_Male> number. Oh that's number four. <Speech_Male> My daughter's <Silence> birthday <Speech_Female> and no <Speech_Female> one is how we <SpeakerChange> did it. 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"mona" Discussed on Talk with Oliver

Talk with Oliver

05:31 min | 1 year ago

"mona" Discussed on Talk with Oliver

"He day. I'm talking on people's plates in the head. They want the chicken the chips the rise the ps and everything and this week was no self control so they buy olivet. You spend twenty quid and no joke. They've left half of it. And i'm like jesus christ is purely for prophet and it's just going in the bin and it's sad it is. It's a big issue. And i feel like this just increases the mass consumption. Because when you give everything to people and for them it's it's not a big thing to just send it back to just throw it away dumping They are stuck in unawareness. So i feel like Has to be more education for people to wake up and really understand that we are taking away from other and we're not really protecting her or taking care of her. We just taking taking taking and nobody gives a second thought to that apple. They say on their website that they They don't want to unnecessarily use products case the iphone eleven. It doesn't come with a plunk right. Yeah it doesn't tell me the plug you should think it's going to be less expensive. The phone is still works is still as expensive if not more expensive than the one before. It doesn't have a plug and to by the plug. It's thirty quit right. And all the plugs from ten and iphone eight nine whatever. The plug is five. What's right the iphone. Eleven needs to have a twenty watt plug otherwise it would take literally ten years feel phone to charge so no one's going to charge their phone on the plump. That was used to the iphone. Six right so they're gonna go and buy plug so they've actually made more money 'cause when we buy the plug and added to the value of the phone back who's more money the actual phone itself so this about saving the planet and not wanting to waste products you. We're gonna have to buy anyway so again. It's a load of and any company wants to help the planet they do not. It's about image. And they scared of people boy calling them so they just say we help with the planet wouldn't stroz and they charge six pounds of fucking stroll again. It comes down to money and image. No kasmin planet. These companies care about prophet and batteries. To yeah like you said before. The quality gets lower and lower so people have to buy more by shirt every at no two three four weeks and also same with iphone for example last for one maybe two years and then it's broken on you have to get a new one and that's just a huge mass consumption and It's just getting worse in my opinion. While i would say to people is never ever buy anything new right what you do it. 'cause you buy secondhand buck when the newest items out that's the one that you want right so you wait for another one to come out so now that becomes the second newest startup for something. An iphone seven is seventy pound. When the iphone eight comes out that iphone seven is now going to be say six hundred mu but secondhand is going to be four fifty five hundred quid so anyone comes out to bite you from. Apple is one hundred pound less but the second hand is gonna be say to fifty cheaper than a brand new iphone eight so you wait for the news from to come out and you buy secondhand the second oldest one and then when another one comes out you sell that just before and you buy the.

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"mona" Discussed on Talk with Oliver

Talk with Oliver

05:56 min | 1 year ago

"mona" Discussed on Talk with Oliver

"Hey follow me on instagram. Yes king oliver and make sure you follow and subscribe. See you get notification whenever released episode. You have a great day so something strange interesting which you might not know. Is that when you flush the toilet and when you play an you you who've your house has a frequency of eight flat so if you flush the toilet and you like a guitar sound key tuned to thing it would say flat and if you turn the hoover on it would also be flat and what was. Interesting is an like say eight. Nine years ago. I was laid in my bedroom and i was a my curtain. Paul which is up there starts to vibrate. And i could hear it like and And then that moment. I tried to get it to vibrate again so ago. And he wouldn't do it. And i realized that that paul has a certain frequency or the imbo that back when he has another vibration it becomes in harmony and it starts to vibrate. Remind came up saying mona podcasts onset. And since then i haven't been able to get it to vibrate at that so it's like such a specific frequency. When you hit that note everything becomes in harmony with it and when you think about how. The attraction works and force literally the thought of saint. Mac donalds if you think of mcdonald's the you're going to go to mcdonalds at some point to pizza hut pizza hut's different vibration as to say different sound like pizza. Hut and mcdonald's is mcdonald's everything will manifest at some point and that's just what came to my head to an ira press play. Well that's very interesting. Thought yes since. Everything has a vibration. I would say it is just extremely important for everybody to know In which frequency there vibrating. And i feel like the majority of people have no clue what frequency actually is and be how they can get you a high frequency to manifest things into their life that they really want. So what would what would you give people like. What advice would you give them to to just know what could do to create the dream live. Every night i listened to youtube videos on narcissist into a guy called er creators. He's school justin and assembly literally. Keep saying what you vision in. Your mind will become a reality at some point so i'm a specific like timeframe more time when he wanted to happen. Just hold onto the vision and it will eventually come and he says that he swears by anything. So if there's one hundred grand a year on it just say one hundred grand because you don't know how the universe it needs to bring certain people in your life and martin beer around to bring it to you and say a year but he says anything you think will manifest and others live. I've always known all of this thing. But when i was twenty one and i at this and then i helped my parents hill. I lost my energy. Frequency is so re rate reached the peak and then it dropped the money just getting it back seven years later and things that i've off every time i think of something eventually does happen whether it's the person some. I want like a physical thing like a clothing or a piano will join a gym or just some. I won't which doesn't exist like five thousand views on my podcast every episode or i want to have this amount of money in cryptocurrency. All that stuff does happen..

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"mona" Discussed on Jo's Art History Podcast

Jo's Art History Podcast

12:23 min | 1 year ago

"mona" Discussed on Jo's Art History Podcast

"Wonderful fun. Facts mona so i. I could learn that mona lisa. Is that joe coon infringe come from jakarta which means happy italian. Oh okay okay. So it was the nickname of her husband and she took it from him to And lushes chrome condo chicago. Which is happy that you aren't which may be explains the mystery behind the wheel or true. Okay might have fun of crack I may have cracked to people. You had to hear far south. I am now a days. The second point i would mention news. That noah days of the value of lisa is probably estimated around several billion euros. Okay rain so it's just impossible for people just do in buying it and it's also forbidden friends to sell it. There was some discussion at some point. Brian sale when the lisa to pay some french debt. No yes they did but because she's the masterpiece in some yet she's an icon of france. None of nikon. Yeah no i. I i will send when i caught absolutely shish as an icon. She's incredible ended so as it by law that she's not allowed to be sold. You think that's really clever. I do think as part of the french museums collection collection. So it's just part of the french museum okay. Good fucked and put your wallets away. The fact i would mention is that melissa still has people working for her own everyday at least six people working for her security. She has ruined security team yet. The one in the room okay. Also video security end all things around it while there you are not only Proper iconic status the nfl. You have working for you and your painting fourth okay. Lisa has grown may blocks it is it is the fact that pushed me to rightly article between. I discovered that it was like incredible. She has run mail books. People can ride to her so she received love letters so many times she received wedding questions and questions. I don't yes. Oh she's she receives proposals yet. Proposals love letters. I personally and this is. This is one of the first fox at ever learned about. The mona lisa is that she had a post her own. Postbox on Blew my mind i mean. I've never personally felt the need to write to me to a painting Maybe we just haven't met the right one and another interesting fact is that melissa's face has no hair next year. So this is something. I didn't realize until i read that spot in his truth and by that you mean of course she has here on her head but she has no eyelashes. She has no eyebrows on galway. Look at it because you're going to be like hi. It's something that you don't notice once you see it. You can't unsee it another fact. They are not one that plenty throughout the world. Oh okay and if you go and have luke you can find really similar painting in madrid in no way in baltimore maryland. You're say also on the army touch museum in russia really. If you observe those paintings are really really similar. So they've never. They've never been attributed to leonardo da vinci They are attributed to his studio. Your chaos. it's just really interesting to see the the several version of mona lisa and the last but nutley. The music convey in rennes has version of manila lisa naked. No there's a naked version of You don't really see abreast or anything like that but it is a drawing so we don't know if it's preparation before l. k. and a hair as And covering her motor state asked me but say philly. I know really here we go. Oh wow and they think as it is attributed to leonardo. i'm so anyone that's at is essentially. Just mona i mean. Her face is very different than when she has a problem with. That is so it's might be just a preparer three dwelling on radio case Why they're notching feminine. Kaz has really strong harm. Yeah we don't know if it's an gene version of monalisa or just another person on the painting that right it has been named the naked wail centuries it. That was your last fun. Fought i to have some fun. Fox and conspiracy theory which i'm going to share with you because it's history and i love a fun fact if you follow my instagram. I love posting. Do post a sculpture and a painting. And then i also post a fun fact 'cause elephant so my fun fact leads very nicely from your last one and is a conspiracy that the mona lisa is actually a portrait of leonardo davinci drug. Yes we don't know because it also could be one of his assistant to we don't know vo that set anjem online. These amazing sort of overlaps is a very famous pin so drawing Of lear nargile and be very cleverly mattered them on top of each other. Which of course can manipulate endure. Anything on photoshop nowadays and But i would go and have a look at it at tip shoe in the. Oh it could be so. That's maybe the very first depiction within our history of a man in drag. So you are. That's my fun fact. The second is that it is not in its original which might not say surprising but there's been conservation work done to it on the free and that is currently it's been has been it's free since nineteen o nine bought conservation work has been done. And it's been several frames over its lifetime and it's nineteen eleven to nineteen eleven wail because of of the While you in so yeah so so. Several frames bought its edges have also been trimmed at least once in its life so the paintings ages have been trimmed at least once to fetter for free so there. You are cerebral frames on. It's also been trams. Bought the ducey that none of the layers of paint have been cut into just of excess board and my final fund fat which is actually a huge conspiracy theory on. There's a really excellent episode of this or a podcast called Where dave into this and we were detail than what we're gonna just do now but at a legal linked to that in the show notes his way. Oh that is believed that the mona lisa mona who reeks and thirty thousand three hundred thousand visitors a day. Actually a fake weird. What do you think of this as a french. National does make you few aid can be true really hoax. I know he don't. They might strange parts picking now. It would be really surprising to be true. Yeah because they just spending so much time. Just checking the painting all of the time they. They moved it in the museum a few months ago. Sorry because they were redoing the room and they moved it at that time. They've done checks to see if everything was fine and it would be really weird for them not to realize it's a fake one yet while there's another conspiracy theory that the it's the louvre. That decided after it was stolen that it was so precious and so there's to actually so it was one one is after it was stolen in nineteen eleven. I returned in nineteen thirteen. They though actually this is really precious. Hamlets copy on will keep the one locked away Second time when these rumors started to sell flare up the kupa copy was way and it was saint a during what were to. Obviously the nazis where advancing on france. And what we was. It was a of a worldwide fang. Where museums on churches clear there so precious belongings and it was a charge for example stained glass windows were removed and they were all put into storage invokes on castles. That were not in nevada. The front front yet exactly. And this is wade. They decided that that will be conspiracy theory as the one point the saints to an infantry registered volts that everything was gonna be Ten on the nazis invaded on to the loop which the debt they would be to track down where moon awards so the idea was the self scotty turtle and a different. So that classic decoy move. I'm which is just so interesting and from one painting at just the the history. This is what i love about our history as you can see a painting and think that's all there is to know us as a person with the about grind and she's famous because she's Fm going on this unbelievable huge tail that stretches centuries and as always so interesting even to modern day standards as she just keeps Discovering inflammation with her. Let's forget the kardashians guys original ghetto. Here we go. Latest latest trend about her was to publish. how healthy or not she was. American doctors realized that she was really sick. That they've not thought about it. 'cause varnish because She looked really yellow. She's not really so is that why thought she was saying so. They thought she had a problem with rid of fuel Thyroid yet young. And they mention all her program from painting and because if s king was yellowish she realistic or it's just sun damage because she's oh yes those really sunny she might help above a ton. Anyway i think that is a perfect place to leave and hope. Is you guys thanking seal yet. Thank you so much for being so generous with your time on your knowledge. I'm being so enthusiastic. And speaking about mona lisa or logicon leisure loudly. Yes i knew a new debt before you go. And where can people at finance this article every bit more. Because you on a lovely bloke as well yeah. I i have a an art blog. Name la swelled hijack or swing inspired by my favorite painting On this on. I try to publish as regularly as i can. Various subject on on works be stoical. It could be just focusing on work year artists. I'll leave linked to that in the show notes below. And as you've probably guessed celia as french so the the blog is range. But don't let that stop. Google translate as an incredible resource and actually when few articles. Earning holiday arden from the time pair fate. And also if you want to practice your french and your history click away onto you. Spoke thunk you. So much pena amazing.

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"mona" Discussed on Jo's Art History Podcast

Jo's Art History Podcast

11:42 min | 1 year ago

"mona" Discussed on Jo's Art History Podcast

"Would mention news. That noah days of the value of lisa is probably estimated around several billion euros. Okay rain so it's just impossible for people just do in buying it and it's also forbidden friends to sell it. There was some discussion at some point. Brian sale when the lisa to pay some french debt. No yes they did but because she's the masterpiece in some yet she's an icon of france. None of nikon. Yeah no i. I i will send when i caught absolutely shish as an icon. She's incredible ended so as it by law that she's not allowed to be sold. You think that's really clever. I do think as part of the french museums collection collection. So it's just part of the french museum okay. Good fucked and put your wallets away. The fact i would mention is that melissa still has people working for her own everyday at least six people working for her security. She has ruined security team yet. The one in the room okay. Also video security end all things around it while there you are not only Proper iconic status the nfl. You have working for you and your painting fourth okay. Lisa has grown may blocks it is it is the fact that pushed me to rightly article between. I discovered that it was like incredible. She has run mail books. People can ride to her so she received love letters so many times she received wedding questions and questions. I don't yes. Oh she's she receives proposals yet. Proposals love letters. I personally and this is. This is one of the first fox at ever learned about. The mona lisa is that she had a post her own. Postbox on Blew my mind i mean. I've never personally felt the need to write to me to a painting Maybe we just haven't met the right one and another interesting fact is that melissa's face has no hair next year. So this is something. I didn't realize until i read that spot in his truth and by that you mean of course she has here on her head but she has no eyelashes. She has no eyebrows on galway. Look at it because you're going to be like hi. It's something that you don't notice once you see it. You can't unsee it another fact. They are not one that plenty throughout the world. Oh okay and if you go and have luke you can find really similar painting in madrid in no way in baltimore maryland. You're say also on the army touch museum in russia really. If you observe those paintings are really really similar. So they've never. They've never been attributed to leonardo da vinci They are attributed to his studio. Your chaos. it's just really interesting to see the the several version of mona lisa and the last but nutley. The music convey in rennes has version of manila lisa naked. No there's a naked version of You don't really see abreast or anything like that but it is a drawing so we don't know if it's preparation before l. k. and a hair as And covering her motor state asked me but say philly. I know really here we go. Oh wow and they think as it is attributed to leonardo. i'm so anyone that's at is essentially. Just mona i mean. Her face is very different than when she has a problem with. That is so it's might be just a preparer three dwelling on radio case Why they're notching feminine. Kaz has really strong harm. Yeah we don't know if it's an gene version of monalisa or just another person on the painting that right it has been named the naked wail centuries it. That was your last fun. Fought i to have some fun. Fox and conspiracy theory which i'm going to share with you because it's history and i love a fun fact if you follow my instagram. I love posting. Do post a sculpture and a painting. And then i also post a fun fact 'cause elephant so my fun fact leads very nicely from your last one and is a conspiracy that the mona lisa is actually a portrait of leonardo davinci drug. Yes we don't know because it also could be one of his assistant to we don't know vo that set anjem online. These amazing sort of overlaps is a very famous pin so drawing Of lear nargile and be very cleverly mattered them on top of each other. Which of course can manipulate endure. Anything on photoshop nowadays and But i would go and have a look at it at tip shoe in the. Oh it could be so. That's maybe the very first depiction within our history of a man in drag. So you are. That's my fun fact. The second is that it is not in its original which might not say surprising but there's been conservation work done to it on the free and that is currently it's been has been it's free since nineteen o nine bought conservation work has been done. And it's been several frames over its lifetime and it's nineteen eleven to nineteen eleven wail because of of the While you in so yeah so so. Several frames bought its edges have also been trimmed at least once in its life so the paintings ages have been trimmed at least once to fetter for free so there. You are cerebral frames on. It's also been trams. Bought the ducey that none of the layers of paint have been cut into just of excess board and my final fund fat which is actually a huge conspiracy theory on. There's a really excellent episode of this or a podcast called Where dave into this and we were detail than what we're gonna just do now but at a legal linked to that in the show notes his way. Oh that is believed that the mona lisa mona who reeks and thirty thousand three hundred thousand visitors a day. Actually a fake weird. What do you think of this as a french. National does make you few aid can be true really hoax. I know he don't. They might strange parts picking now. It would be really surprising to be true. Yeah because they just spending so much time. Just checking the painting all of the time they. They moved it in the museum a few months ago. Sorry because they were redoing the room and they moved it at that time. They've done checks to see if everything was fine and it would be really weird for them not to realize it's a fake one yet while there's another conspiracy theory that the it's the louvre. That decided after it was stolen that it was so precious and so there's to actually so it was one one is after it was stolen in nineteen eleven. I returned in nineteen thirteen. They though actually this is really precious. Hamlets copy on will keep the one locked away Second time when these rumors started to sell flare up the kupa copy was way and it was saint a during what were to. Obviously the nazis where advancing on france. And what we was. It was a of a worldwide fang. Where museums on churches clear there so precious belongings and it was a charge for example stained glass windows were removed and they were all put into storage invokes on castles. That were not in nevada. The front front yet exactly. And this is wade. They decided that that will be conspiracy theory as the one point the saints to an infantry registered volts that everything was gonna be Ten on the nazis invaded on to the loop which the debt they would be to track down where moon awards so the idea was the self scotty turtle and a different. So that classic decoy move. I'm which is just so interesting and from one painting at just the the history. This is what i love about our history as you can see a painting and think that's all there is to know us as a person with the about grind and she's famous because she's Fm going on this unbelievable huge tail that stretches centuries and as always so interesting even to modern day standards as she just keeps Discovering inflammation with her. Let's forget the kardashians guys original ghetto. Here we go. Latest latest trend about her was to publish. how healthy or not she was. American doctors realized that she was really sick. That they've not thought about it. 'cause varnish because She looked really yellow. She's not really so is that why thought she was saying so. They thought she had a problem with rid of fuel Thyroid yet young. And they mention all her program from painting and because if s king was yellowish she realistic or it's just sun damage because she's oh yes those really sunny she might help above a ton. Anyway i think that is a perfect place to leave and hope. Is you guys thanking seal yet. Thank you so much for being so generous with your time on your knowledge. I'm being so enthusiastic. And speaking about mona lisa or logicon leisure loudly. Yes i knew a new debt before you go. And where can people at finance this article every bit more. Because you on a lovely bloke as well yeah. I i have a an art blog. Name la swelled hijack or swing inspired by my favorite painting On this on. I try to publish as regularly as i can. Various subject on on works be stoical. It could be just focusing on work year artists. I'll leave linked to that in the show notes below. And as you've probably guessed celia as french so the the blog is range. But don't let that stop. Google translate as an incredible resource and actually when few articles. Earning holiday arden from the time pair fate. And also if you want to practice your french and your history click away onto you. Spoke thunk you. So much.

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"mona" Discussed on Jo's Art History Podcast

Jo's Art History Podcast

06:06 min | 1 year ago

"mona" Discussed on Jo's Art History Podcast

"Attracted so many people it was also so this was in the sixties. It came back to friends. And then japan asked to lend that work of k solid wednesday japan in lincoln. Seventy four one point. Five million people went to visit this exhibition so it was another huge success. She can pill. Let's be honest. Mona lisa mona shaquille crowd yet. Even nowadays when you know how many people come daily to see her Of how many people come i read. It was oh gosh. I had about twenty thousand. Thirty thousand people are owned my Person of the visitors in the lube. Come just to see Thanks that's also not cheap ticket end to either supertuck to euro to get eaten but then again i suppose it's one of these amazing cultural phenomenon. Where you just have to see is one of these of bucket list situations mike wash. Yes so. Japan was a huge success. Renault-nissan abuse our during cold war. Even if it's beyond which is russia russia yet Are is nowadays russia just in case yet in moscow so it stopped in moscow because when when the move was planning to send mona lisa to japan if phones had to fight a both russia their mission and the only way i would give permission to friends to take. This road was to lend piece for some time in russia as snaky bought very Of bargaining chip say. Yeah so it stayed air and crazy to you margin that only said this two trips. Nfl that nothing will that set but the there is speculation by the fact that she returned from russia she was damaged. Yeah it's quite complicated. Melissa has been painting on wood panel. It's really fragile one Huge in the back right and traveling within different climates in in the air conditioning. In the pain. But even if it's quite controlled in some way it can still be damaging. It's moving in a no. So because because it's on wood which i didn't know either i just. I don't know why. I just assumed it was on canvas of course is on board for when it was made but also would expands and contracts with with the heat. Yeah with heat and kunas f. Anyone doesn't doesn't do that. So that's why it. An incredible case nowadays c-a-b-a climate controlled. And it's just yes so. It arrived back damaged the damage but they decided to kim discussed the painting bear. And also. Because it's a huge wake the museum to get money while that's true. That is i mean as of yet. Laxity yeah lending. The painting would be huge loss for the museum. Mona so that's how she's back safe. But that's where she's been safe zones in the loop. This is where you'll find her and legally and france. She's no alleged to move. It is against the law that she's removed from france yet has to save their which is incredible. But it's of had a rough time. She's not been loved by everybody. A couple of them run ins with people. She's actually been attacked a few times. You you have an some examples of times when she's been attacked Gordon what terrible people done to pomona so before before trip in the. Us nineteen fifty six. Bullying boy came to the museum and threw a stone at it. So damage damage the painting. I'm maybe you will. I will send the image okay so the image that we're talking about am as mona but with a horrendous crank twos of unavailable on her elbow at the bottom right of the canvas i mean and it was a small child. That did this through a child. time it would just go working in caffeine perez. All right okay. Any explained that he has so much anger against the painting that he just needed to attacked it. Okay and then. This is when the decided. We're gonna we're gonna have some factor into movies and put more security on this it even if it had glass before but soon how to prevent that to happen again more than in japan. Nineteen seventy four. When she was on her holiday lady do some red painting on monalisa. She rate pain on your. She was of course protected. She threw painting on the on the glass case. They're just because she. She was thinking that the young people were really bad dole for this exhibition so so it was a protest for the lack of disabled accessibility. I mean if you're gonna protest Absolutely it's away to be. The work was fine survived. She landing her that time she was protected. People were people knew what to do and more recently in two thousand nine a russian lady through an empty mug at monopolies up unnecess- as she threw you can Yet it was a team but she threw a financial reason. We she never gave proper Explanation why she did but In that by that point in time she had this ridiculous Gerald ninety was already speaks in this big box while that set and you can't even get anywhere near her is where phil As a survivor. She's she's been through the wolves or some others. She's she's everything.

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"mona" Discussed on Jo's Art History Podcast

Jo's Art History Podcast

07:30 min | 1 year ago

"mona" Discussed on Jo's Art History Podcast

"Of the mona lisa. And you were you. Were fourteen fifteen yet thirteen. Fourteen okay yeah. I was really young and he was so slow that set though live shy i had the same reaction as many other people. Because when you see her you mentioned you will be bigger. Because she's such a work of art in heart history You you just have this tiny piece in this huge box of glass and you have thousands of people around you with their phone or speak or thing like that was not on the state face stack. Praise on the goal. Taking picture of this on ingles yet. I was more impressed by the painting next to it. what's the name of this madonna on. The rocks is no no. It's enough to kenna not rafael. All mariners look nice. But i remember i. I stopped in front of the huge painting. Because it's one of the you just yeah painting in there and you have this huge one and it's tiny. One was like why people just begun mona lisa when they have this incredible next to not set on set. It said 'cause. I remember the first time i saw. I was twenty one. I go in for my Power from much waiting to forest and disneyland paris not to go to live. Even those in our history student to disneyland empires have my priorities n shake and my sister night for really excited gob daily. Because obviously you have to queue for like a fortnight to get end because joss like they do it really well like the buildup to get into the like. That's a beautiful. All two story palace rate on the scene over this one that's next to the wedding feast at cana. Only gosh this huge. And it's in the same room as mona lisa. Any of those huge people pass amazing in hinting gino. It just shows you. How like i was after seeing them when i remember my sister and i were like alka select. Obviously it's like sign posted the hallway that you go in and really excited for all. Obviously we went through the ancient egyptian section. And this was my. This is when i got of beef with the live because i was kind of like initially i was like we'll go to the mummy room and then we went to see all the mummies. Those maybe like seventy five mummies A in women into a tube that they had like brick by brick taken apart and rebuilt in the live and then we got lost and ended up in the basement of an actual castle like that again. A medieval castle within take the original castle because nouveau was an important place in perry. It was way that i castle were built. So you have the media. Been building up more thing as long as a castle before versailles was set to be. Oh this is. Where is that. Where louis was was was palace before he chose their science. Can't temporary remember in which way to his in because you have the tweet elite too which is another castle. That's not existing anymore. has been demolished in the nineteenth century but who was primarily as take castle it was where the king me well seeing already teaching mate so much celia various echo but yet so we saw this castle and i was like with again ended up back in the ancient egyptian section and i was like. Is there anything left egypt. Like why was. I ever need to go sinoe here. And then it got really annoyed and then we likes followed like the illustrated signs which i think is one of the only museums ever been in two pair silly where that's actually lake. Here's an image of the work that you're looking for this way. It is the candidates normally like less to kind of lost within a room at time when i saw it. My sister is on it. Which i don't know i think candidate what you say that you up in your head has to be that's like because it's so universally known i think could go anywhere in show someone a photo of and i would bet my life with new orleans or maybe at least knew the artists or the it will be familiar to emotion watching it. Yeah exactly exactly. But it's just such an interesting painting. Bought it also has a very interesting history. Despite being an absolute as we would in scotland pint-size absolutely tiny tiny piece. So so you're gonna talk to me a little about the history of the wantonly set. Which i'm really excited about the cause. You wrote this amazing block both you and because it came of the blog post chemo of a discussion that we had. Yeah it was just about the a fun fact. That will mention liter as Price by by this was like okay. Let's dig a bit more of find information and i found Amazing articles manasseh how. She travelled through time how she became famous. What happened to her in the mystery. We could have about it. So it's just fantastic and i think it's a nice way for you to learn more about no totally lisa. Oil is recalling which blows my mind. That i just like. I say to you before Restarted i i didn't even just because it's universally notice the mona lisa. I had no idea that it would be called something else and andbranch. I in french. Cheese more known in brands says leisure rather than melissa. His i think movies is way for people to do name it in english writing on the languages and but knows it's legislation french. So if i do mistake during the podcast my apologies. No you lesson view. Call it whatever you want so just in case anyone has seen this painting just for everyone listening all the images that we refer to throughout the podcast will be available via my instagram page. A legal into them in the show on also on my website is where if if you're not partial to an instagram which is absolutely fine just to get the ball rolling describe the moon lisa to me and maybe by the end of albay allah a little dust off my old french by the french name. Ep go on the new website. And hugh have luke at its title. It's not mona lisa. It's portrait of liza garage. Dini so it's not or melissa. Is portrayed of liza girardi of francesco. Del jo kondo cocaine as you can hear joke on no visual titling between the two now and it's that that we got the name from her husband's name that we may her logical lash Fell it's a tiny painting if you look at the dimension cases it's seventy seven centimeters by not three okay so it's really tiny smaller than human size wednesday so when you facing. It's like really surprising. Because you have this idea that it could be so big.

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"mona" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

03:56 min | 1 year ago

"mona" Discussed on Pantheon

"Records and she's also the founder of Mona me records how you doing Mona. I'm good. Thank you for having me. I'm excited to be here. Yes. It's going to be a good episode. I haven't seen you in person in ages and ages. So this is a nice way to kind of catch up. These crazy times seriously such a treat to see both of your faces. Thank you. I know you like I only see people on the ground now and the grammar zoom. It's dark. Up? Well, we met there like a mutual friend a long time ago because we had a love of repulsed drag race. So yes. Still Thrives. And I saw that a bunch of like drag Queens..

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"mona" Discussed on Power 106 FM

Power 106 FM

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"mona" Discussed on Power 106 FM

"On the hood? Mona Lisa, Breaking into pieces had two eggs. And she's in a circle like Chappelle is. The boutiques are closed. Only big fake boobies. They're talking cash. Like what? I'm another every legs. It would never hold you back. She was amazing. Imean recorded edge of bottom showing human Private hill was a PR showing in which just really getting kind of born. It ain't about the money. You know. I'm going ignore it have made a clear too much truth with people, people. Head head head. Look, if I had to, like, three times in a row, safe getting your man Get money. Get money. Get money. Get money, No limit. I'm collagen..

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"mona" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

Casefile True Crime

05:02 min | 1 year ago

"mona" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

"Cousins just center rose and Melissa Smith had been inseparable since childhood the two goals but just one year apart in age and grew up close to one another in the small town of book located in Central Northern New South Wales. . Just Cinta who was the younger of the two was better known by her nickname of Cindy. . Shea was born on October twenty, , three, , nineteen, , seventy two and was the youngest of seven children with four brothers and two sisters. . Cindy lived with her mother Yona don't Smith and her siblings in a house on the east side of town. . She was often looked after her brother Loyd who was seven years her senior. . Mona Lisa's family resided on an aboriginal reserve. . Now, , the L. Said Woods village, , which was like I did about two and a half kilometers west of Burke. . Known by locals as the reserve the yellow said Woods village consisted of twenty cottages which were run down and overcrowded. . It was entirely populated by indigenous Australians from two families, , the Edwards and the smiths. . Siblings cousins, , and other extended family members lived side by side and the close community provided a sense of safety and belonging to its residence. . Nine. . Lisa was born on November twenty, , nine, , Nineteen seventy-one to parents June Smith, , and dougie shillings worth. . On the nausea was born have father had walked to Burke Hospital to visit June and their newborn singing. . Nat King. Cole's . Song of Mine Ole saw the entire. . This led the couple to name their baby goal after the famous song. . They also had another daughter Fiona and four sons. . Dougie held big dreams for all of these children hoping that they would have good jobs and delayed successful lives. . The close knit family spent their evenings together, , dancing and singing. . But when Mona Lisa was just six years awed Dougy Center, , a heart attack and Pasta way. . Cindy and Moaner attended primary school together before enrolling at the same high. School. . . They were both happy go lucky popula conned and dwell locked. . Cindy was the nurturing top taking on babysitting Judy's and caring for her younger cousins when needed. . Minor roles. So . babysat her cousins and was sporty playing regularly Internet Bolton. . When Cindy was in her early teens she left high school and Moan followed suit at the end of nineteen ninety seven when she was sixteen years old. . Cindy. . who was now fifth Dane often travelled the short distance to the reserve to spend time with no nine her family. . The two goals occasionally got up to mischief together, , but they will well behaved and widely regarded as good kids. . Because there wasn't a lot to do in Burke, , which was a remote ap Bac town, , they would spend their time hanging out with friends visiting pox and swimming and fishing at the nearby darling. . River. . On Saturday December five, , nine, , hundred, , ninety, , seven, , Cindy. . Dimona spent the day together and accompanied one of their aunties to a nearby park. . By the time evening fell. . The two of them had decided to go into town. . Burke was a small town with a population of just three, , thousand, , four, , hundred paypal. . It was originally home to the Nimba people, , but when Watt settlers arrived in the area during the mid eighteen hundreds as traditional landholders would dispossessed. . Lock old indigenous people across. . Australia. . The Nimba paypal battled loss of land and culture were hit hod by European disease and experienced conflict with colonists. . By the late nineteen, , th century, , their population had dwindled. . While some continued to live a traditional lifestyle in the region surrounding book others found employment on nearby. . CADDO stations. .

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"mona" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:48 min | 2 years ago

"mona" Discussed on KOMO

"Mona because our OB E. joining us on the call no news line from Washington DC hello Siva Mona had held out for weeks saying this was just to ensure a fair process but we've not seen Republicans budget all on witnesses so where do things stand now great so as you mentioned hello this is been pushing for political fair trial but Democrats have defined affair as a trial that include the witnesses and documents and they wanted a commitment from Majority Leader Mitch McConnell to include both but there has long said that he wanted to make that decision he wanted at least senators to make that decision after opening statements were delivered and hill hello he held on to those articles of impeachment for weeks now and now she finally sending them over and hill that is a dead bite that McConnell's referring to he was basically saying that the house speaker had no leverage she was not in control of this process but it seems that now she will likely and the articles of impeachment by the end of the week and could have set up January twenty first trial what was it that pushed her to do this do we know so you heard Mitchell hall there say that she was receiving bipartisan pressure but when she made the announcement on believe on Friday he said that this is a decision that she reached on her own that he was that it was it was called to say that she was receiving pressure from our own party and said that all reported that were false and that she decided that it was time to go ahead and get the ball rolling and top point health managers which is the precursor to heading over the articles of impeachment former White House national security adviser John Bolton had said that he is now willing to testify but is the trump administration saying they'll block that at the trial they're saying that they're trying to protect a privilege which and complicate the process and then determine out clearly Democrats are saying that he doesn't have that authority over could buy there John Bolton but again I go back to it McConnell is saying today on the floor he basically was saying that the Democrats push for witnesses is just a last minute relax into her to try to make a case against the president and that they never had a solid case against the president to begin when when they went through and voted to impeach him and now they're just trying to get as much information and possibly try to establish a solid case but he is saying that that's not going to happen and that is always been part of an to begin when the president really been pushing his own party to proceed with this trial and if you remember correctly Mitchell hall said that he didn't care this trial happened at all but the president has been pushing for it because he wants to clear his name ABC's motor co star of the thank you so much Mona what today's the first day of this year's legislative session and come was Charlie harder tells us her new leaders of the state capitol in Olympia also representatives please come to order for the twenty twenty recklessness he and.

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"mona" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:10 min | 2 years ago

"mona" Discussed on KCRW

"But there is a virtual Mona Lisa experience please model ninety said they did you go the exhibition is packed so I made the Vinci biographer Sam's Bromley at a cafe nearby he says the show especially the notebooks and drawings gives visitors a good sense of how the Vinci work you can really get into his brain and try to see how how we for for example some of the drawings are really impressive because on the same page you have geometry machinery is awesome clouds in the cold you can find very small holes men fighting and federal way he used to feeling is to work doing everything at the same time mommy says da Vinci showed on limited curiosity from an early age and by the time he arrived in France he'd mastered many disciplines from engineering to philosophy to sculpture Molly says they all informed his painting everything exists in the world to be a pain to get yeah but in order to page one of these are you have to know geology and that to me all of the muscle of the fans react and views you get very well despite his talents da Vinci faced competition in the end of his life from Rafael and Michelangelo's in new stars of Rome and that's when king falls while the first invited him to France when you receive this for a living Tatian form this year one king of twenty two years old comments resist he has to accept false what Sam braces family now owns da Vinci chateau which is open to the public that food will cause I don't wanna be presumptive a guy could have always show off what takes a group of tourists through the shadow the clue say in the town of armed wise Jeff what says da Vinci came here three years before his death may be they are not driving she crossed the Alps on your back and arrived here with his free masterpieces eventually may have actually traveled to France by river no one knows what he did arrive with three treasured paintings Saint John the Baptist the virgin and child with St Dan and the Mona Lisa to let you know if false why simply says da Vinci made the journey because king false why invited him to imagine and build a new French capital in the low our valley near where the chateau stands it was a white a mansion given to your daughter diving she and with a pension and we decide to first painter first enginer and first architect of the king and also we've detained of NASA and the love of the way of course so he was happy and at that time the city of arm was was the cradle of the French renaissance so the court spoke Italian this year half a million visitors have come to the clothes you say to field of energy spirit chateau in the house where he was born in Italy our is only known residence is still standing tourist Valerie shall use as da Vinci is special to the French you live a long.

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"mona" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:10 min | 2 years ago

"mona" Discussed on KQED Radio

"But there is a virtual Mona Lisa Xperia he's modern nineties they juggle the activation is packed so I meet the Vinci biographer Sam's Bromley at a cafe nearby he says the show especially the notebooks and drawings gives visitors a good sense of how different she wore you can get into his brain and try to see how how we for for example some of the drawings are really impressive because on the same page you have geometry machinery is awesome clouds in the cold you can find very small holes in the fighting and virtually he used to feeling is to work doing everything at the same time mommy says da Vinci showed on limited curiosity from an early age and by the time he arrived in France he'd mastered many disciplines from engineering to philosophy to sculpture only says they all informed his painting everything exists in the world to be a pain to get yeah but in order to pay the one that is are you have to know geology and that to me all of the muscle of the fans react and views you get very well despite his talents da Vinci faced competition in the end of his life from Rafael and Michelangelo's in new stars of Rome and that's when king falls while the first invited him to France when you receive this for a living Tatian home is shown king of twenty two years old comments resist he has to accept false what some braces family now owns da Vinci chateau which is open to the public that food will cause at all presumptive a guy could have hosier flawed takes a group of tourists through the shadow the clue say in the town of armed wise Jeff what says da Vinci came here three years before his death may be another driving she crossed the Alps on your back and arrived here with his free masterpieces eventually may have actually traveled to France by river no one knows what he did arrive with three treasured paintings Saint John the Baptist the virgin and child with St and and the Mona Lisa let you fall flat simply says da Vinci made the journey because king false why I invited him to imagine and build a new French capital in the low our valley near where the chateau stands it was a white I mention given to you or not davinci and with a pension and we decide to first painter first enginer as far as I can thirty of the king and also we've detained of NASA and the love of the way of course so he was happy and at that time the city of arm was was the cradle of the French renaissance so the court spoke Italian this year half a million visitors have come to the close to say to field of energy spirit chateau in the house where he was born in Italy our is only known residence is still standing tourists to Valerie shall use as the Vinci is special to the French you live a long time.

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