Leonardo and the Mona Lisa Story
Five centuries after Leonardo da Vinci first painted "La Gioconda", or the "Mona Lisa", her mysterious smile retains its celebrity status. From photographs of Florence to paintings by Leonardo's Florentine contemporaries, this work unlocks the history behind the painting and illustrates just how much she continues to influence our culture.
the history of a painting told in pictures
Leonardo's lady 1516-1700
From Napoleon to the femmes fatales 1701-1910
Theft of the century 1911-1913
Global icon 1914-2006
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