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Description The Mona Lisa's vacant place in the Salon Carré, Louvre Museum. "Above the vacant wall space is Veronese's 'The Marriage at Cana': on one side Titian's 'Allegory,' painted for Alfonso d'Avalos, and on the other Correggio's 'Betrothal of St. Catharine [Catherine] of Alexandria'"
Date 1910s
Source/Photographer The Two "Mona Lisas" by Walter Littlefield in The Century: A Popular Quarterly by Making of America Project, 1914, page 527( source URL, Google Books scan from University of Michigan copy)


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