Mona Lisa’s Daughter is a contemporary work created by Alex Righetto, engaging in a bold dialogue with the Renaissance past and the present state of art. This painting is not merely a response to Leonardo da Vinci’s famous work but a modern interpretation exploring themes of eternity and the fragility of life against the backdrop of the Renaissance.

Righetto imagines what the daughter of Lisa Gherardini, the woman believed to be the subject of Leonardo’s “Mona Lisa,” might have been like. The artwork embodies the notion of an existence that never had the chance to unfold, presenting a figure that might have impacted the world but whose potential life was cut short.

With “Mona Lisa’s Daughter,” the artist delves into the realm of the hypothetical, crafting a piece that is both a tribute and a reimagining, prompting reflection on what has been and what might have been.