I was so lucky when I was there there were hardly any people around. So underwhelming but glad I was able to see it in person. I think this opinion piece should address a bit more, the excessive picture taking that takes place when visitors see a world famous piece of art. Vintage Ain’t No Laws When You Drink With Claus. I recently saw Guernica at the Reina Sofia and while it had its own space and was definitely the most popular work of art there, the strictly enforced no photography rule meant no one could linger too long and no mini mob of aggressive pushers trying to vie for the perfect picture or selfie could form. That being said, the Mona Lisa does hog too much attention, not just in the Louvre.
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If you go during the right time of day to the National Gallery of Parma, another stunning work of Da Vinci, La Scapigliata, becomes almost unnoticed at the end of one of the museum’s wings. Stop liking what I don’t like!’ The article. It is a wonderful picture, of which most photographs do not do it justice. Inside the same room is Veronese’s Feast of Cana, which is a mind blowing spectacle. So, if people get to see that, and all the other treasures of The Louvre including far superior DaVincis because they came to see Lisa, then that’s just dandy. Vintage Ain’t No Laws When You Drink With Claus. Christ, let people like things. Anthony Wright went to see the Mona Lisa and so glad I did because I turned around to see that incredible piece on the opposite wall.