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DUCKOMENTA: "During the Renaissance, affluent duck families commissioned portraits of their offspring. Although adolescent ducks were
often a trial for many a family to cope with, artists with commercial savvy
depicted these young individuals as pure, sweet angels."
DUCKOMENTA : "No reliable evidence remains as to who was depicted by Leonardo da Vinci in this commissioned painting. This version was never delivered to his client."
DUCKOMENTA : "No one really knows why Rembrandt discarded this version of the famous painting of a figure wearing a golden helmet. It has helped to sustain the legend of the great painter though..."
DUCKOMENTA : "Fear of water was widespread during the Baroque era. People believed that water spread disease. Rembrandt seems to have hinted that ducks believed the same to in this work which was attributed to him."
DUCKOMENTA : "Ancient documents suggest that angels loathed images in which they are portrayed blowing wind instruments since said angels appeared with with puffy cheeks therein. Rosso Fiorentino negotiated with this angel for three years until they found an appropriate instrument for him: a lute."
DUCKOMENTA : "Monente was ahead of his time: he interpreted the depth and transparency of the water in a lake in a manner that provides viewers with ample discoveries. “Waterlilies” is available in a smaller format than the original."