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The history of the Mona Lisa with vandalism.. from theft to mutilation

The Mona Lisa in the Louvre by the international artist Leonardo da Vinci was and still is the focus of everyone’s attention. In the form of an old woman in a wheelchair, he threw a piece of cake on the glass protecting the Mona Lisa at the Louvre and shouted at the people in the museum, and videos posted on social media show a young man wearing a wig and lipstick who was in a wheelchair.

The theft of the Mona Lisa in 1911

The incident of damage, distortion or theft of the painting was not the first of its kind, as it happened many times before. In 1911, the painting was stolen by an employee in the museum, an event that increased the painting’s fame at the international level, the Italian Vincenzo Peruggi “October 8 1881 – October 8, 1925″, took advantage of his work in the Louvre Museum, as a restorer of the frames of the paintings in the museum, to steal the famous Mona Lisa. One day, he planned to seize the painting, and surely he took it from some thought, because it is not an easy thing, and when he decided and decided the matter, he He wears a coat so that he can hide the painting when he takes over it.

On August 22, 1911, he went out of his house to go to work, and before the appointed time for the employees to leave after the official work time ended, he stood in a far corner watching passersby to see if anyone was in the place, and when he made sure that the museum was vacated and there was no one left, he stole it and put it under his coat He simply walked to cross through the exit gates.

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Certainly, no one doubted Vincenzo Peruggi, since he was one of the employees in the museum, and on this basis he passed in front of the gates without any obstacles, and on his way to his house, he dreamed of getting rich and how much he earns after selling the Mona Lisa, until he entered his house and kept contemplating the painting, but He imagined that it had turned into a large mansion in which he lived, with money in the bank for his own account, and he remained in this state for two years.

Indeed, Alfredo Geri gave safety to Pirogi until he was sure that the painting was original and not a imitation, and indeed, after the Italian artist took it from him in 1913, and confirmed that it was the original painting, he informed the Italian authorities about, who arrested this Pirogi, and the Italian authorities placed the painting in the Bouvier Museum Gallery, and this is what pleased the Italians, but when France learned about this, diplomatic negotiations between it and Italy, and because of the theft of the Mona Lisa painting, it would have cut diplomatic relations between the two countries had it not been for France’s insistence that Italy return the painting and with it the thief until France tried him, and Italy handed over the painting To France, and sentenced to one year in prison Perogi.

It was damaged in the fifties

It was also damaged in an acid attack by a vandal in the 1950s, and has since been kept behind bulletproof glass.

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Attempted to be damaged by a Russian lady

In 2009, a Russian woman angry at her inability to obtain French citizenship threw a ceramic cup, smashing the cup but without damaging the glass or plate.