By Hylton Smith
In 1986, Derwenthaugh Coke Works used to be closed and demolition paintings begun. an odd discovery halts the regeneration plans. As there's no visible clarification as to why a number of the artefacts might be there, the police get involved. the single clue which deals any development issues to occasions which came about a long time in the past. simply whilst a tender police officer thinks she has noticeable anything just like one of many items, and a brand new line of inquiry looms, greater authority descends at the research. The intrigue thickens.
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And what is extraordinary, if a dozen others crowd into this room, each one will feel the same. Each person who looks at her becomes the only person in her world. It is flattering and, at the same time, maddening, because she gives away nothing of herself. I close my eyes and imagine that she has vanished. 2 THE MYSTERY or MONA LISA that I am pursuing begins in Paris at the end of the Belle Époque, when the city was poised at the cusp of an irreverent new century and an irreverent new art. In the brief avantguerre interlude before trench warfare and unutterable loss, a burst of glorious incandescent energy made the City of Lights electric.
A century later, the mystery lingers, the truth as elusive as the prize. Who stole Mona Lisa? THE VANISHING ACT LOUIS BÉROUD PAINTING IN THE SALON CARRÉ Painter Louis Béroud had been copying Mona Lisa. When he returned to complete his painting on Tuesday, August 22, 1911, he made a startling discovery. S. Mauritania. He carried a Louis Vuitton case. The ship had been delayed for an extra day in quarantine at the mouth of the harbor awaiting clearance. At first light, the Mauritania was released, and like a dowager queen ignoring the minion tugs hauling and chugging, she began a stately glide up the river to a berth on the west bank of Manhattan island.
Here, smiled on by the painted lady he called variously Madame Lisa and the Sphinx of the Occident, Napoleon had married Marie-Therese of Austria to secure an heir and an alliance. After the ceremony, he crossed the gardens to the Tuileries Palace and settled the two women in his bedroom—his new bride and his Madame Lisa. The Louvre owned the richest collection of sixteenth-century masterworks outside of Italy, and many of them were displayed in the Salon Carré—Titian's Entombment of Christ, Rembrandt's Supper at Emmaus, Correggio's Betrothal of St.