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  1. The Jocond
    1. The portrait of a young lady
    2. The identity of the model
    3. The title of the painting a woodem support of Poplar
    4. The painting is stolen on twenty one of August of 1911
  2. The Louvre Museum

The Jocond or Mona Lisa's portrait is an Italian painting created Leonard da Vinci, between 1506 and 1509. Oil on panel of poplar wood sized 77 x 55 cm, it is displayed in the Louvre Museum in Paris. The Jocond is one of the rare paintings that are attributed with certainty to Leonard da Vinci. It is a mythical painting, which constitutes the outcome of the 15th century searches on the representation of the portrait. Nowadays, it is undoubtedly one of the most famous works of art in the world linked to the Louvre Museum and to the notion of art in general.

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