Researchers claim that Mona Lisa's smile was not genuine

Researchers speculate that Mona Lisa's smile may hide cryptic messages

Experts noted that half of the woman's expression depicts happiness while the other half is neutral

The smile of Mona Lisa on the painting of the Italian painter Leonardo da Vinci has always intrigued humanity. A research from 2017 noted that the woman is not ambiguous or enigmatic, but happy. However, a study published in April this year in the scientific magazine Cortex determined that her smile is not genuine due to an asymmetry. Researchers have noticed that half of Mona Lisa's expression displays happiness, while the other half is neutral.

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