The classist case against the Mona Lisa
Washington Examiner -

When I first saw the Mona Lisa, a friend and I shuffled through a cluster of tourists on a crisp winter afternoon in the Louvre. We snapped photos, and we gazed at the painting as well as we could from behind the barriers that held us more than a body's length away, peering through the thick layer of glass at the 2.5-foot-tall painting.

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