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this is great!!!good job!!!
perak, p malaysia - Thursday, September 10, 1998 at 09:24:22 (EDT)
Nice to know that my mom now ows me 40 kr! Last year we made a bet about L.d.V and the Mona Lisa. I said that it was a selfprotrait, but she denied it. Thanks for finding out for me!! love this site!!!
denmark - Wednesday, September 09, 1998 at 09:39:35 (EDT)
Very good info. and theories
Winnipeg, Mb Canada - Tuesday, September 08, 1998 at 22:59:22 (EDT)
Stumbled upon this site during a class--the daVinci-Mona morph is most interesting! I'm attending Asheville-Buncombe Technical Community
computer programming. I was in my Intro to Computers class
happened upon your site. The class was in the middle of a
hunt; one of the items we had to find on the Net was Mona
purpose being that there are so many sites out there that it
unlikely that anyone else would come up with the same one!
was one of many interesting ones I found this evening--some
on our "hunt" were lightning, haunted houses and Elvis.
USA - Tuesday, September 08, 1998 at 19:18:41 (EDT)
It is A pleasure to visit your site.
Glasgow, Scotland - Tuesday, September 08, 1998 at 18:53:04 (EDT)
Hello...great job on the site. Always wondered about the Mona Lisa. We should feature your site in our ClubHouse within the next couple of days. We'll email you to let you know when it's a "Feature Site". Thanks for applying for our Pinnacle-Club Award! ~Rick
Rick Saterstad <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Warren, MI USA - Tuesday, September 08, 1998 at 17:55:02 (EDT)
Spectacular!! Quite a "work of art!"
Brooklyn, NY USA - Monday, September 07, 1998 at 23:23:33 (EDT)
I loved your site and got a perfect on your quiz. Maybe I'll enter the competition next year
New York, NY USA - Monday, September 07, 1998 at 19:32:56 (EDT)
Maybe when Leonardo had make Mona Lisa'face he hadn't some particolar idea about her smile.I mean, if you look at others works as the Vergine delle rocce or the S.Anna or The Adorazione you can find always the same shape of mouth!This is his idea of woman.The real question is:Way Ginevra Benci don't smile? Or why has the Madonna Benois the mouth open?
Brescia, Italia Italia - Sunday, September 06, 1998 at 18:25:41 (EDT)
This is a neat web site. It has a lot of fun learning materials for kids.
Austin, TX USA - Sunday, September 06, 1998 at 13:10:16 (EDT)
I loved this page!!! I have been agonizing this mystery for years now, and I thought I was alone! Now at least I have other people on my side and proof from others I'm not making this up! Keep up the good work, I love this site!!!
USA - Sunday, September 06, 1998 at 12:07:35 (EDT)
MD USA - Saturday, September 05, 1998 at 20:36:56 (EDT)
Beautiful your page.My home page, speak Leonardo da Vinci and Bycicle.Plese to visit my home page. tank.bye
Mese, IT Italy - Saturday, September 05, 1998 at 16:20:51 (EDT)
It is such a pleasure and very exciting to see such talentedstudents! I manage an AmeriCorps program where my membersserve as K-12 school based technology coordinators in NYCpublic schools -- i will be sure to show and share the sitewith them. wonderful work!!
Kavita Singh <email@example.com>
New York, NY USA - Friday, September 04, 1998 at 18:12:16 (EDT)
What a pitty for a so weel done site having a section all dedicated to that unbelieveble theory of Leonardo=Mona Lisa.I didn't think there was someone still interested in this obsolete story.The only thing Lillian has proven is to have more phantasy then most of Italians.The rest is absolutely terrific. Congratulations
Carrara, Tuscany, Italy - Friday, September 04, 1998 at 17:00:19 (EDT)
I FIND MONA LISA VERY INTREGING AND INTERESTING, PLEASE POST MORE INFO ON HER, SHE'S GREAT.
VALLEY CITY, ND USA - Friday, September 04, 1998 at 16:38:24 (EDT)
A remarkable site, rich and stimulating,and a marvelously rewarding endeavor for a teacher to have collaborated with his students on.
Brooklyn, NY USA - Friday, September 04, 1998 at 13:53:23 (EDT)
this is a cool web site
traverse city, mi USA - Thursday, September 03, 1998 at 22:28:21 (EDT)
i learned alot about the mona lisa and leonardo in this web site .i enjoy it
bronx, n.y USA - Thursday, September 03, 1998 at 21:56:05 (EDT)
awesome sites dudes
bradley, ill USA - Thursday, September 03, 1998 at 13:24:28 (EDT)
Your site is marvellous and creative. I really enjoy my visiting.
Brisbane, Qld Australia - Thursday, September 03, 1998 at 08:00:00 (EDT)
I am very interested in information about Leonardo DaVinci. If you would like to share with me it would be greatly appreciated.
I have long been a huge fan of all his works and creations. Thank-you in advance.
marietta, GA USA - Wednesday, September 02, 1998 at 20:37:45 (EDT)
A great site. Fantastic combination of technical skill, intellectual knowledge and desire to communicate in a stimulating way to students and teachers and anyone who wants to learn. Inspiringly showing the possibliites of taking academic knowledge from the academy to the general populace.
Australia - Wednesday, September 02, 1998 at 19:30:28 (EDT)
My wife showed me this fantastic site which she first saw herself a few weeks ago. It really helps me to appreciate art all the more. I am amazed at the variety in this website. You did a great job.
Rockland County, NY USA - Wednesday, September 02, 1998 at 18:52:21 (EDT)
Steve, thanks for forwarding on the URL. Well done to you and your students. I thought there were some nice touches there. Clicking on the hands was a nice touch.Stuart
Head of the Centre for Humanities Computing Oxford University Computing Services
Dr Stuart D Lee <Stuart.Lee@oucs.ox.ac.uk>
Oxford, UK - Tuesday, September 01, 1998 at 07:24:01 (EDT)
I must congratulate all of you on doing such a fantastic job! It is quite evident that a great deal of hard work and most likely a lot of frustrating hours went into creating such an extensive site. This website is certainly deserving of an award. Please check your email shortly.....Tara
Bloomingdale, NJ USA - Monday, August 31, 1998 at 20:40:04 (EDT)
Your links are great! I think students can learn a lot from your web resources. If you have already developed guided navigation lessons to go along with this site, I would enjoy reading them. Kristine, NYC BOE Technical Trainer
Kristine Cucinello <KCucinello@ccsinet.com>
Bohemia, NY USA - Monday, August 31, 1998 at 19:25:43 (EDT)
Hi Steve, What a wonderful site! I used it on our calendar for Northland Pines,
we use our calendar as an interaction links.It's a great way to show off fun sites
I've visited and yours is definately one! So go to ... and click on Northland
Pines School District, I put it on all the August calendars! Hope you like it.Patty
Patty A. Schoppe <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Northland Pines, WI USA - Sunday, August 30, 1998 at 23:05:12 (EDT)
This site is informative, educational, yet entertaining. Congratulations to all the authors, creators, and publishers who have put in such hard work into these pages!I have proudly bookmarked this site and intent to visit it again soon.
Ashcroft, BC Canada - Saturday, August 29, 1998 at 15:48:59 (EDT)
I do not completely accept the interpretation presented onthe web site.I would
rather prefer what suggested by my collegue Silvia Raymondi:Mona Lisa is a "vision",
the reflection of Leonardo's soul in the mirrorof the woman charm.Giorgio - Italy
Brescia, Italy - Saturday, August 29, 1998 at 05:22:35 (EDT)
It's wonderful to see students combining history and culture with technology, via today's most modern mode of communication, "the internet".This is a fantastic site!
Brooklyn, NY USA - Saturday, August 29, 1998 at 02:05:25 (EDT)
Very well done. Thought-provoking and entertaining. Your site is definitely world-class. I'd like to think that perhaps the theory is correct - the enigmatic smile is that of Leonardo himself, smiling at us over the centuries as we wonder who and what the smile is about.John Naughton
Davenport, IA USA - Saturday, August 29, 1998 at 01:48:34 (EDT)
I have just finished reading the comprehensive Dimitri MereskovskijLeonardo da Vinci biography.I found the interpretation of Mona Lisa smile quite acceptable.It adss a new dimension to the the "genius" life.Silvia Raymondi
Brescia, Italy - Saturday, August 29, 1998 at 01:42:25 (EDT)
Dear Steve,the lecture has been very succesful. I'll tell you moreabout it on myreturn.We have just faxed to the Office of the Holy See.I'll show it to you in New York after September 9.Regards and saluti Rina
Rina de Firenze <email@example.com>
Porto San Giorgio, Italy - Friday, August 28, 1998 at 11:09:31 (EDT)
Nice theory. But anything can allign in a computerized world.My theory is that he used a "vission" for a model, and drawdifferent scetches of the Mona Lisa.
NORWAY - Thursday, August 27, 1998 at 04:33:53 (EDT)
that is a great theory! Leo is smiling at us. great web!
pine brook , nj USA - Wednesday, August 26, 1998 at 22:43:19 (EDT)
I enjoyed your site very much, and I think it was very well done. Earlier I had visited and it helped me get an A+ on one of my reports! I also liked your theory of how Leonardo Da Vinci may have painted himself as the Mona Lisa(the image was helpful to imagine this!). Thank you for all of your help!
Seattle, WA USA - Wednesday, August 26, 1998 at 19:39:47 (EDT)
This is a great web-site! It will make an interesting study for my classes here at Jack C. Hays High School in beautiful Buda, TX.
David L. Bowe <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Buda, TX USA - Wednesday, August 26, 1998 at 15:54:01 (EDT)
This is an incredible page. I'm amazed to see teenagers taking time to make an homage to one of the Renaissance's greatest artists. Da Vinci definately deserves this. It is a complicated page to constract as well, so i commend the students (and teachers) who worked on this wonderful page.
Wayland, MA USA - Wednesday, August 26, 1998 at 15:24:07 (EDT)
What a wonderful site. Congratulations Steve! You get an A+. Teachers will love this.
Joyce M. Kersey <email@example.com>
Trenton, N.J. USA - Wednesday, August 26, 1998 at 15:09:22 (EDT)
Good work on solving the Mona Lisa mystery.
Seattle, wa USA - Wednesday, August 26, 1998 at 11:36:34 (EDT)
Nice site !!!Especially the music part was very interesting!
Kontich, Belgium - Wednesday, August 26, 1998 at 09:27:26 (EDT)
I really like this page because it helped me get an A on a test
Popano, Fl. USA - Wednesday, August 26, 1998 at 09:15:49 (EDT)
Wow...I like that mona lisa smiling...I went through the page and i liked it alot...thanks for letting me learn more of our artist in the past...i think i am gonna get an A at school now...haha
Honolulu, HI USA - Wednesday, August 26, 1998 at 07:14:17 (EDT)
WHAT A GREAT SITE..THANKS A LOT FOR THE KNOWLEDGE FOUND BY THE TEAM..SUCH A BIG KIND OF DONATION TO THE WORLD OF ART AND ALSO THE LOVERS,WORLD WIDE!! "NO LOVE,NO ART..." TERIMA KASIH...(THANKS!)
edinburgh, u.kingdom - Wednesday, August 26, 1998 at 05:21:47 (EDT)
I loved your website. On Leonordo de caveriche. And Why Is Mona Lisa Smiling.I just wanted to let you know i'm 10 and love your website. Letting you know, Rosemary Wynne
Mtn.Home, AR USA - Tuesday, August 25, 1998 at 21:29:32 (EDT)
This is a very interesting website. Your class has put in alot of hard work and long hours into this project. Job well done.
ok USA - Tuesday, August 25, 1998 at 16:39:19 (EDT)
The site is beautifully designed and interesting. As for the 'Mona Lisa,' I am a romantic and prefer to think there was a model somewhere whose face was captured for eternity! (smile) However, the facial structure does seem to fit. Oh well. Da Vinci is always interesting.
USA - Tuesday, August 25, 1998 at 15:52:14 (EDT)
I think that Leonardo should smile, and I think that anyone should be able to see him. I think there's no a real picture but something like a shadow. Write me to know what I see!
Vistarino, Italy - Monday, August 24, 1998 at 18:21:47 (EDT)
Steve --Like some others I see have visited here, I was very surprised to see that da Vinci also wrote music! The morph example is also very good. I didn't even read thetext before I got the idea. It might be very interesting to make this available at a museumsite, to illustrate how students (and non-official students)might interact with art rather than just staring at it on walls.Great job. I'll add a link from our Learning Technology Group'swebsite here at Apple to make sure some of our visitors havea look, too.Thanks for the tip.Mike GravesApple Computer
Mike Graves <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Cupertino, CA USA - Monday, August 24, 1998 at 18:14:24 (EDT)
Very good work!
Nashville, TN USA - Monday, August 24, 1998 at 11:53:59 (EDT)
Well, I think you are doing a great job! who will expect that he was painting himself? But i have a question, why do you think he painted himself instead of other people? Does it mean something or just he loved himself too much? But anyway, I think you are doing a great job and I do learn a lot from you. Keep it up! Cheers! for your great work. Hope I will hear from you soon
kota kinabalu, sabah malaysia - Monday, August 24, 1998 at 05:02:18 (EDT)
This could turn many students on to works of art. Very good! Congratulations!
Jamaica, , NY USA - Monday, August 24, 1998 at 00:35:04 (EDT)
Good job on the website and webpage. Interesting bit of knowledge. Who is the next study?
Flushing, NY USA - Monday, August 24, 1998 at 00:32:37 (EDT)
Mona Lisa is younger and prettier looking but I can see the resemblance. Good investigation. i enjoyed this artistic journey.
Jamaica, NY USA - Monday, August 24, 1998 at 00:23:54 (EDT)
USA - Sunday, August 23, 1998 at 22:25:39 (EDT)
Is a very interesting page of Leonardo
Monterrey, NL Mexico - Sunday, August 23, 1998 at 18:42:12 (EDT)
istanbul, Turkey - Sunday, August 23, 1998 at 18:14:26 (EDT)
This is a fantastic site. Your contribution to the arts is outstanding. Keep up the good work and I will make sure to come back and visit regularly.
Duncan, B.C. Canada - Sunday, August 23, 1998 at 14:14:54 (EDT)
WONDERFUL HELP FOR MY WORK AT THE COLLEGE:
EL CAMPELLO, SPAIN - Saturday, August 22, 1998 at 14:29:34 (EDT)
As a former Young Adult Librarian, I was already familiar with what I believe as fact...that "Mona Lisa" is a self protrait of "Da Vinci".However I am very impressed that Young Adults are interested in such information and improving their intellect. It gives me hope for the future. The future belongs to them. It is a precious gift to be held closely and carefully guarded. I will take assurance now that with such bright minds as these and with such Teachers as youself to guide them...that all will be well. Wonderful work . I am very proud to have had the honor to asked to visit this site. I must say I only scored 2 on the test. Back to school for me!!! Thank you so much for renewing my interest in such things and realizing that we all learn something new each and every day. Vicki J.
Chanute, KS USA - Friday, August 21, 1998 at 19:59:19 (EDT)
As one who designs internet sites and graphics, and therefore is aware of the huge amount of time, effort, and creativity involved in both, I am very impressed with your efforts. The combination of various topics is highly original, the topic unique, and the entire site an excellent learning resource. I am pleased to present your site with Gloriana's Class Act award for content and design - and know that this award is notlightly bestowed. Your awards graphic will be sent through E-Mail.
With youth exhibiting this degree of thought and creativity,a doctor of humanities (such as myself!) can believe there is hope for true learning - that goes beyond merely obtaining credentials. Congratulations to you and to your teachers.
Elizabeth G. Melillo, PhD <email@example.com>
- Friday, August 21, 1998 at 18:59:39 (EDT)
The Mona Lisa does have similar facial characteristics of Leonardo de Vinci
Oklahoma City, OK USA - Friday, August 21, 1998 at 16:57:38 (EDT)
I realy enjoyed visiting this marvelous WEB site. All those Awwards ... impresive ...
Macedonia - Friday, August 21, 1998 at 16:53:38 (EDT)
Thanks, Steve I like the morphing Mona Lisa. Very interesting indeed. The site is nicely done. The random link is a clever feature. Congratulations to your students on a very informative and interesting site. Thanks for letting me know about it. "Your goals, minus your doubts, equal your reality."The Daily Motivator.All the best, Ralph Marston
Austin, TX USA - Thursday, August 20, 1998 at 23:10:10 (EDT)
Well, as an American who is living in the country of Da Vinci, I must say you did him proud! I was continually suprised by the fact that this was done by students... I am really,
really impressed! This site could compete with the most professional ones out there.
Keep up the momentum folks and I'll keep coming back!
Basiglio, MI Italy - Wednesday, August 19, 1998 at 11:40:18 (EDT)
Steve, Thank you for the invitation to visit "Why Mona Lisa is Smiling." I particularly enjoyed reading the information by Lillian Schwartz. The students did a wonderful job using color in the design of their page. Organization made linking very smooth. I hope to start a page of links to student projects and would be pleased to include your site. Again, Great Job! Mrs. B
Marianne Blair <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Bridgeton, NJ USA - Wednesday, August 19, 1998 at 07:44:17 (EDT)
DaVinci is fascinating and you have made it fun to learn more and explore the vast resources provided. Thank You
Newport, RI USA - Tuesday, August 18, 1998 at 13:27:19 (EDT)
This is a very nice site. Job well done. Tim McMahon Electronic Publishing Specialist American Mathematical Society
providence, ri USA - Tuesday, August 18, 1998 at 07:35:20 (EDT)
Hi! It's nice to be in since I'm one of those who really questioned on the mysterybehind Monalisa's smile.We'll it's quite fun to make a lot of guessing right?Anyway, I'm Johanne from the Philippines.
Davao, Philippines - Tuesday, August 18, 1998 at 07:04:34 (EDT)
Greetings from beautiful Viborg where I am sitting with a great Danish class who is studying English. Everyone is very interested in the U:S: today and what is happening to the President. Everyone here sends regards to the students at Kennedy.
Barbara Garber <Babagaba@Homeworkcentral.com>
Viborg, Denmark - Tuesday, August 18, 1998 at 05:25:53 (EDT)
Hi everybody.At this moment we are enjoying having Barbara Garber as our guest
here at our school, Viborg Katedralskole in Denmark.Okay, now we have said something
nice, let's get on with it....How's life treating you all in the land of the free?Here
everything is fine, we are enjoying life. Anyway, we gotta g-o, please forgive
Thomas Lauersen's terrible grammar, he is a bit mental !! Feel free to write us
Hanne & Tine
Viborg, Jylland Denmark - Tuesday, August 18, 1998 at 05:12:30 (EDT)
Hello! Nice page you have!!
Lene & Pernille
USA - Tuesday, August 18, 1998 at 05:09:27 (EDT)
I have a lesson with one of the teachers from your school. Her name is Barbara
Garber and our teachers name is Kim. Barbara Garber is over here to learn something
about the Danish "school".Thomas Laursen
Viborg, Jylland Denmark - Tuesday, August 18, 1998 at 05:01:25 (EDT)
We're 28 Danish students from Viborg Katedralskole checking out your website We find it very nice indeed.
Viborg, Denmark - Tuesday, August 18, 1998 at 04:59:19 (EDT)
We are from a Danish high school class. We are having a lesson with a guest teacher from your school.Barbara Garber.Nice page.
Viborg, Denmark - Tuesday, August 18, 1998 at 04:56:29 (EDT)
Very nice looking, very informative.
New York, ny USA - Monday, August 17, 1998 at 10:43:59 (EDT)
An exemplar Web site. Congratulations.
James L. Morrison <email@example.com>
Chapel Hill, NC USA - Sunday, August 16, 1998 at 22:56:55 (EDT)
I would like to thank Steve Feld for bringing your site to my attention. Steve, and the students of JFK High, have done a great job.
Los Alamos, NM USA - Sunday, August 16, 1998 at 20:07:01 (EDT)
I am amazed that someone found my site & left me a message to visit yours! I am just a Grandma trying to keep up with technology using my webtv. The experience has been & is incredible. I know how hard you all have worked in creating this wonderful & informative site. Keep up the good work. You are the future. A+ from Grandma!
Judy Lavicka <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Kankakee, il. USA - Sunday, August 16, 1998 at 17:41:45 (EDT)
I find your analogy on the Mona Lisa quite intriguing. You guys have a wonderful website.
Noble , OK USA - Saturday, August 15, 1998 at 22:30:09 (EDT)
Hi! Congratulations on a great website. Steve Feld told me about it and I'm glad he did. I haven't looked through the whole thing yet because there's so much here, but I will! It's very interesting. Stacey.
Australia - Saturday, August 15, 1998 at 08:25:30 (EDT)
I truly enjoyed myself here, Thanks
Niagara Falls, ON Canada - Friday, August 14, 1998 at 21:03:35 (EDT)
Because she knows the man in front of her has extraordinary skills and many limits, too. See, we still talk about his paintings years after! Cegep de Sainte-Foy
Québec City, Canada - Friday, August 14, 1998 at 15:18:42 (EDT)
Thanks for sharing your web site. I had achance to look at it recently,and was very impressed with the work youand your students accomplished.Certainly your students learned a greatdeal about daVinci as well asresources available to the hearingimpaired.Just as you mentioned, our uses oftechnology certainly has brought a greatdeal of recognition, and I hope tocontinue using technology in education,just as I know you intend to also.Congratulations on an extremely nice site,and best wishes.Sincerely,Michael Hutchisonsocial studies teacherLincoln High School
Michael Hutchison <email@example.com>
Vincennes, IN USA - Thursday, August 13, 1998 at 21:33:32 (EDT)
I found your site very interesting. Good research, good job.
Orinda, CA USA - Wednesday, August 12, 1998 at 17:24:53 (EDT)
THIS IS A GOOD CONCLUSION ABOUT THE MONA LISA SMILE MAYBE HE WISHED THAT HE WAS A FEMALE!!!!
SYD, NNSW AUSTRALIA - Wednesday, August 12, 1998 at 10:47:44 (EDT)
I just wanted to say that the site is beautiful.. I really enjoy looking at it. I'm here representing Kennedy High School. I never knew a site like this was here.. Keep up the good work!
bronx, ny USA - Tuesday, August 11, 1998 at 17:35:34 (EDT)
I really enjoyed this website about the Mona Lisa. I have recently traveled to France and I was looking forward to seeing the painting. When I got there, it was a big disappointment for me. It wasn't at all what I had imagined it to be. I don't quite know what I was expecting, but what I saw wasn't it. It was worth seeing to say that I've seen it, but it wasn't what everyone has made it out to be. I do want to say that if you ever have the chance to see her, do it. It's worth it, but don't expect alot from her.
Dillon , MT USA - Tuesday, August 11, 1998 at 07:43:22 (EDT)
Well, it is definetly an interesting idea of resolving the enigma of who da Vinci was and what he felt!
Ljubljana, Slovenia - Monday, August 10, 1998 at 19:09:09 (EDT)
Congratulations to students and Steve Feld for your very creative site -- it
is a fascinating idea you posed. Sincerely, Bill , New York
New York, NY=NY USA - Monday, August 10, 1998 at 16:27:16 (EDT)
This is a great site with lots of info and depth.Keep up with the great job!:o]
Odessa, Tx USA - Sunday, August 09, 1998 at 22:49:57 (EDT)
I definitely love this site. As a student, I was recently part of a class discussion on who Mona Lisa was. I now have the answer! Thank you so much.
MA USA - Sunday, August 09, 1998 at 22:14:43 (EDT)
Your site is quite and accomplishment. A very good example of positive uses of the Internet for learning and enrichment.
Millersville, PA USA - Sunday, August 09, 1998 at 15:17:19 (EDT)
I am very impressed with this website. I can imagine allthe work you all put into this site because it shows it inevery page you navigate through. Y ou are true artisans. I have chosen your website as one of our site's of the month. We are very selective, and this is not the easiest awardto win. Your website will be posted on our winner's pageand will remain there for one year ,with a link back to you.We may call our award the "site of the month", but the award isvalid for one year and renewable as long as your site is of like or better content. I want to congratulate you all for a job "Well Done". I have book marked your pages for future reference. Cordially, Barbara L. Head Webmaster@wbwels.combetter
Barbara L. Head <Webmaster@wbwels.com>
Peoria, IL USA - Saturday, August 08, 1998 at 17:24:09 (EDT)
ARTFOCUS MAGAZINE is a Canadian review of art exhibitions...somewhatlike ART NEWS, ARTFORUM etc...& we have added a link to your website from our Visual Art Services Listing.I differ in your interpretation of the self-portrait of Leonardoresembling the Mona Lisa....I've been an art critic for many years, and ultimately all artists reflecttheir own faces in their subjects.Your layout is terrific for the web...do you want to do aCrosslink w ARTSITES @ ARTFOCUS ONLINE? Regards,Pat Fleisher
Pat Fleisher <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Canada - Saturday, August 08, 1998 at 16:03:23 (EDT)
Leonardo is one of my favorite artists. His work is so full of thoughtfulness, creativity, originality, and simplicity. His complicated lifestyle just adds to the appeal of his art.
USA - Friday, August 07, 1998 at 16:52:59 (EDT)
As a social worker in a large hospital, I don't have too much time to visit the web. In fact, I don't even own a computer at home. However, I am visiting a friend who allowed me to go on-line. This is a magnificent site. The graphics are marvelous. I can see how much work and creativity went into its design. Congratulations!
Brooklyn, NY USA - Thursday, August 06, 1998 at 17:31:06 (EDT)
We can surf the Net all around, searching for the non plus ultra site, or
we can fall in love in front of the magic of Art & Genius.
Many thanks. I've put on my desktop the portrait of Mona Lisa. Windows 95 looks
Firenze, Italy - Thursday, August 06, 1998 at 08:06:32 (EDT)
Hello,What a fun and interesting site. I especially like the music and the morph of the Mona Lisa turning into the self-portrait of Da Vinci. Great job! I've added this site to Ask Jeeves for Kids so hopefully more people will be able to find it. Cheers, Renata
Berkeley, CA USA - Wednesday, August 05, 1998 at 21:14:30 (EDT)
Excellent website full of interesting information. Keep up the good work. Will be visiting frequently you can be sure.
NYC, NY USA - Wednesday, August 05, 1998 at 17:19:54 (EDT)
Congratulations on a job well done! As a returned peace corps volunteer I am especially impressed with what you were able to acheive with limited resources. Hats off!
Ted Bongiovanni <email@example.com>
Brooklyn, NY USA - Wednesday, August 05, 1998 at 16:41:24 (EDT)
Very well done....
Palatine, Il USA - Wednesday, August 05, 1998 at 10:41:00 (EDT)
You have a very good and easy to read site.Richard RoehmDeaf@activist.com
Richard Roehm <Deaf@activist.com>
Santa Ana, CA USA - Thursday, April 16, 1998 at 11:53:39 (EDT)
Congratulations to he students of this JFK High School Web Site for winning the contest and for sharing with the wide world your enthusiastic interest in the life and times of Leonardo da Vinci. My answer to your quest: "Why is the Mona Lisa smiling" is that her smile is now a happier smile as in my book Mystery of the Mona Lisa, the truth about her portrait is finally out! RINA DE' FIRENZE, Author of MYSTERY OF THE MONA LISA.
New York, NY USA - Wednesday, December 17, 1997 at 19:10:50 (EST)