根据面部黄金比例 蒙娜丽莎颜值不是最美！最美的竟是...2019-05-13 14:17:10142 ℃
Mona Lisa may not be as pretty as many art lovers like to think, according to research pioneered by the ancient Greeks.
Her enigmatic smile may have bewitched critics and fans alike since 1517 but she is only third on the list of the most beautiful women in art.
The woman in Leonardo da Vinci’s masterpiece was found to be only 86.6 percent accurate to the Golden Ratio - the Greeks’ interpretation of physical perfection.
The guide marks her down for her wide ’manly’ face, poor shaping of her eyes, slight double chin, and the small gap between her lips and nose.
The Mona Lisa is the world’s most valuable work of art worth ?600 million ($775m) and on permanent display at The Louvre in Paris.
The painting was beaten to first place in the beauty stakes by other well-known female portraits such as Warhol’s Marilyn Monroe (89.1 per cent) and The Birth Of Venus by Sandro Botticelli (89 per cent).
The masterpieces were tested with the latest facial mapping techniques by cosmetic surgeon Dr Julian De Silva.
Dr De Silva, who runs the Centre For Advanced Facial Cosmetic & Plastic Surgery in Harley Street, London, said: ’This new research confirms what many people have thought for centuries - the Mona Lisa is a beautiful painting but she falls short of what the Greeks viewed as physical perfection.
According to the research the most beautiful female celebrity is Johnny Depp’s former wife Amber Heard who was found to be 91.8 per cent accurate to the Greek Golden Ratio of Beauty.
The most handsome male celebrity was George Clooney with his rating of 91.9 per cent.