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[[Image:Mona Lisa Smoking a Pipe.jpg|thumb|right|200px|This page '''{{PAGENAME}}''' is part of the [[laughter]] series.<br>Illustration: ''[[Mona Lisa Smoking a Pipe]]'' (1883) by [[Eugène Bataille]]]] [[Image:Mona Lisa Smoking a Pipe.jpg|thumb|right|200px|This page '''{{PAGENAME}}''' is part of the [[laughter]] series.<br>Illustration: ''[[Mona Lisa Smoking a Pipe]]'' (1883) by [[Eugène Bataille]]]]
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-'''''Mona Lisa Smoking a Pipe'''''[http://jahsonic.tumblr.com/post/14525456460/mona-lisa-smoking-a-pipe-1-french-mona-lisa][http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Sapeck-La_Joconde_fumant_la_pipe.jpg] (French: Mona Lisa fumant la pipe) is a work of art by [[Arthur Sapeck]] (Eugène Bataille), first shown in 1883 at the second "[[Incohérents]]" exhibition. It was reproduced as an illustration in [[Coquelin cadet]]'s book ''[[Le Rire]]'' in 1887. +'''''Mona Lisa Smoking a Pipe'''''[http://jahsonic.tumblr.com/post/14525456460/mona-lisa-smoking-a-pipe-1-french-mona-lisa][http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Sapeck-La_Joconde_fumant_la_pipe.jpg] (French: Mona Lisa fumant la pipe) is a work of art by [[Arthur Sapeck]] (Eugène Bataille), first shown in 1883 at the second "[[Incohérents]]" exhibition. It was reproduced as an illustration in [[Coquelin cadet]]'s book ''[[Le Rire (Coquelin cadet)|Le Rire]]'' in 1887.
-:"Voici un tableau de maître représentant une femme d’une beauté éclatante. Suppo- 'sez, un instant, que, par hasard, le maître ait laissé dans la bouche de cette femme idéale, une, pipe culottée. — Vous riez. Voilà pour les yeux."[http://gallica.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/bpt6k2412478/f9.image%20][http://www.hachettebnf.fr/sites/default/files/contenus_complementaires/extraits/2507031514.pdf]+:"Voici un tableau de maître représentant une femme d’une beauté éclatante. Suppo- 'sez, un instant, que, par hasard, le maître ait laissé dans la bouche de cette femme idéale, une, pipe culottée. — Vous riez. Voilà pour les yeux."[http://gallica.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/bpt6k2412478/f9.image%20][http://www.hachettebnf.fr/sites/default/files/contenus_complementaires/extraits/2507031514.pdf][http://livrenblog.blogspot.be/2009/01/sapeck-illustre-le-rire-de-coquelin.html]
This 'augmented' [[Mona Lisa]] directly prefigures the famous [[Marcel Duchamp]] image ''[[L.H.O.O.Q.]]'' of 1919. This 'augmented' [[Mona Lisa]] directly prefigures the famous [[Marcel Duchamp]] image ''[[L.H.O.O.Q.]]'' of 1919.

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Mona Lisa Smoking a Pipe[1][2] (French: Mona Lisa fumant la pipe) is a work of art by Arthur Sapeck (Eugène Bataille), first shown in 1883 at the second "Incohérents" exhibition. It was reproduced as an illustration in Coquelin cadet's book Le Rire in 1887.

"Voici un tableau de maître représentant une femme d’une beauté éclatante. Suppo- 'sez, un instant, que, par hasard, le maître ait laissé dans la bouche de cette femme idéale, une, pipe culottée. — Vous riez. Voilà pour les yeux."[3][4][5]

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

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