In 1963, “Lisa Fever” swept the United States for 88 days as the Mona Lisa was displayed in Washington, D.C. and New York. The exhibition was no tiny feat, and took a great deal of convincing by First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy, the mastermind of the operation who believed the arts could unify and enhance our nation. Mona Lisa in Camelot is the account of the resistance she met and overcame, and the monumental move of the beloved painting. (booksense)
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