Seven solutions to the Mona Lisa ‘problem’ – if it really makes a Louvre visit miserable, here’s what museum could do, social media users say
During every minute of the Louvre’s operating hours, tourists crowd en masse at the museum in Paris to see the world’s most famous painting in all its glory. Hanging behind sealed bulletproof glass, the Mona Lisa by Leonardo da Vinci didn’t rise to meteoric fame until after it was stolen in 1911. Today, it draws millions of visitors annually. But many leave their visit underwhelmed.Then came a hot take from Jason Farago, art critic for The New York Times. In a piece headlined “It’s Time to Take…

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