In 1963, First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy helped arrange one of the most daring art exhibits in American history, bringing Leonardo da Vinci’s famous Mona Lisa painting from Paris to Washington, DC, and New York City. Stewart McLaurin talks to award-winning author Margaret Leslie Davis about her book ‘Mona Lisa in Camelot,” recalling the Mona Mania that gripped the country, and why this fascinating episode has been largely forgotten today.
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