This is obviously based on the Mona Lisa, one of the world's most famous paintings by the Renaissance master Leonard Da Vinci. The title is a parody of the best-selling novel "The Da Vinci Code," in which the Mona Lisa is prominently featured.

This portrait presented an extra challenge for me, as I had to turn it from a daylight scene into nighttime. But it was a lot of fun to do and I think it turned out quite nicely - and it maintains FULL COLOR throughout the transformation!

Of course I want to give proper credit to the original artist, Leonardo Da Vinci, whose masterful strokes provided the source image for my admittedly twisted version. She is proving to be one of my most popular pieces to date!

5x7 OPTIONS - This portrait is currently SOLD OUT in the 5x7 size.

11x14 OPTIONS - This portrait is currently unavailable in the 11x14 size.

12x16 OPTIONS - This portrait is now available in a 12" x 16" size!

16X20 OPTIONS - This portrait is currently unavailable in the 16X20 size.

Back in 2005, there was an 18" x 24" size that was to be limited to 50 pieces. In the end, only 30 ended up being produced and sold.
Congratulations to those of you who purchased early - you've got quite a rarity on your hands. Even I don't have one! - Edward Allen


The scary stage of "The Da Vinci Corpse" was produced as a non-changing greeting card. It comes with a black envelope and is blank inside so you can write your own macabre sentiments.

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