Portrait of Ginevra de' Benci, c.1474/78 by Leonardo da Vinci
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The juniper in the middle-ground indubitably dominates the portrait of Ginevra and is more than an ornamental accessory, for - like certain other plants - the juniper was a symbol of female virtue. Furthermore, the Italian name 'ginepro' was not unrelated to the name of the sitter, Ginevra. There is a complex sequel to these allusions on the reverse of the portrait which is, unusually, also painted. There, on imitation red porphyry marble, we see laurel, juniper and palm branches linked to each other by a swirling garland with the words VIRTUTEM FORMA DECORAT: 'Beauty adorns Virtue'. The inscription, the plant-attributes and the painted marble all underline the connection between beauty and virtue. With its imitation of red, immensely durable porphyry marble - in itself a remarkable substance - the reverse of the portrait speaks of the resilience of Ginevra's virtue. The laurel branches and palm fronds, framing the garland with its inscription, are associated with Bernardo Bembo who commissioned the painting, for both featured in his own personal arms. The juniper in the centre, growing from the garland, is yet another allusion to Ginevra's name and the virtues of chastity and faithfulness. At the same time the evergreen laurel points to Ginevra's aspirations as a poet, which we know of from Bembo and other writers. The palm frond, too, is a traditional symbol of virtue. The inscription VIRTUTEM FORMA DECORAT, so closely intertwined with the plants as symbols of virtue, makes the connection between beauty and virtue, which was a topos of contemporary literature reflected here on the front of this portrait, where Ginevra's gentle beau*y is also to be understood as an expression of her virtue. The front and the reverse of this portrait could hardly be linked more closely.
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Painting Title:Portrait of Ginevra de' Benci, c.1474/78
Artist:Leonardo da Vinci (1452-1519)
National Gallery of Art Washington USA
Original Size:38.8 x 36.7 cm
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