But what would Leonardo da Vinci think about seeing his portrait depicted with a tash?
It’s actually not the first time that one of the most iconic figures in art has been shown with face-lace.
In 1919, Duchamp cheekily took a black and white postcard of the Mona Lisa and hand drew an elegant little goatee. The art work was titled ‘L.H.O.O.Q.’ – which when you read the letters in French sounds out the phrase for, She has a hot…um, *insert another ‘French’ word here*.
See real Leonardo da Vinci’s artworks with an art expert tour guide, on a skip-the-line tour of Florence’s Uffizi Gallery, with a small-group or private Uffizi Gallery tour.
Search for a lost Leonardo Da Vinci masterpiece, “La battaglia di Anghiari”, lost for over five centuries, as you become part of another great Da Vinci mystery!