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''[[Mona Lisa smoking a pipe]]''[http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Sapeck-La_Joconde_fumant_la_pipe.jpg] is a work of art by [[Arthur Sapeck]] (Eugène Bataille), first shown 1883 at an "[[Incohérents]]" exhibition by. It was reproduced as an illustration in the journal "[[Le rire]]" in 1887. ''[[Mona Lisa smoking a pipe]]''[http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Sapeck-La_Joconde_fumant_la_pipe.jpg] is a work of art by [[Arthur Sapeck]] (Eugène Bataille), first shown 1883 at an "[[Incohérents]]" exhibition by. It was reproduced as an illustration in the journal "[[Le rire]]" in 1887.
 +This 'augmented' [[Mona Lisa]] directly prefigures the famous [[Marcel Duchamp]] image ''[[L.H.O.O.Q.]]'' of 1919.
==See also== ==See also==
*[[Anti-art]] *[[Anti-art]]
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Mona Lisa smoking a pipe[1] is a work of art by Arthur Sapeck (Eugène Bataille), first shown 1883 at an "Incohérents" exhibition by. It was reproduced as an illustration in the journal "Le rire" in 1887.

This 'augmented' Mona Lisa directly prefigures the famous Marcel Duchamp image L.H.O.O.Q. of 1919.

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