If one had to pick a single painting as da Vinci’s best work, it would be hard to do. But choosing his most popular and most recognizable work instantly leads to “la Giaconda”, or the laughing one. The “Mona Lisa” was painted in the 1500s. It is believed to be a portrait of Lisa di Antonio Maria di Noldo Gherardini. Supposedly Florentine nobleman Bartolommeo di Zanobi del Giocondo, commissioned the work portraying his third wife. It has also been believed that the Mona Lisa could have been Leonardo da Vinci’s self portrait in disguise. The original is in the Louvre in Paris among the other masterpieces of the Italian Renaissance. This fine tapestry reproduces the famous da Vinci’s masterpiece vibrantly in woven form. This tapestry "Mona Lisa" is lined and has a tunnel for easy hanging.