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Meaningless Questions using this particular Dimension of Inquiry.

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Try to ask at least 5 Meaningless Questions about the Mona Lisa using the Dimension of Inquiry above.

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Here are some questions you might have asked using this Dimension of Inquiry.

  1. At a chemical level, how do the different layers of paint used to compose the Mona Lisa bind together?
  2. Do those bonds degrade over time?
  3. Does the color of paint in any way effect its ability to bind to the canvas, or to other layers of paint? Do different pigments have stronger or weaker bonds?
  4. If the Mona Lisa is painted on canvas, how is the canvas attached to the canvas frame? Glue? Nails? Thread?
  5. How is the canvas frame attached to the picture frame in which the Mona Lisa is presented in the Louvre?

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