Leonardo Da Vinci’s 'Mona Lisa' rose to super-star fame when it was stolen from the Musée du Louvre in 1911. Ever since, the image of the 'Mona Lisa' has been stolen and repurposed by countless artists, each lending their own new interpretation. Explore other famous artworks reimagined at https://www.artsy.net/gene/art-in-art
  1. Marcel Duchamp, 'L.H.O.O.Q. Mona Lisa,' 1919
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    Musée National d'Art Moderne, Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris. https://www.artsy.net/artwork/marcel-duchamp-lhooq-mona-lisa/zoom
  2. Philippe Halsman, 'Dali as a Mona Lisa,' 1954
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  3. Andy Warhol, 'Colored Mona Lisa,' 1963
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  4. Robert Rauschenberg, 'Theater (Tribute 21),' 1994
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  5. Keith Haring, 'Apocalypse 6,' 1988
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  6. Victor Victori, 'Mona Mask,' 2010
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  7. Anita Kunz, 'Mona Lisa with Flag Hat'
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  8. Larry Moss, 'Mona Lisa'
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  9. Doug Keys, 'Leonardo Da Vinci,' 2012
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  10. Gerry Bergstein, 'Mona Lisa’s Hand,' 2012
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  11. Martha Wilson, 'Mona/Martha/Marge,' 2009
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  12. Lee Nam Lee, 'Mona Lisa - Ruin,' 2013
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  13. Nick Walker, 'Moona Lisa,' 2006
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  14. Fabian Ugalde, 'DA VINCI Expandido,' 2015
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  15. Vincent Xeus, 'They Just Lie There and They Die There,' 2015
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  16. Etienne Cail, 'Mona #1,' 2015
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  17. Gavin Rain, 'Mona Lisa,' 2015
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  18. Léo Caillard, 'File Missing Da Vinci,' 2014
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  19. Gina Beavers, 'Mona Lisa nail,' 2015
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  20. Martin Parr, 'Paris - monalisa,' 2014
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