Not Currently on View
In a battery of photographs created with the use of mirrors, distorting lenses of his own manufacture and easel tricks, Weegee transformed the Mona Lisa into a work of modern art. These culminated in 1955 in Animation—Mona Lisa, one of the short films that occupied Weegee’s energies in the 1950s.
Wilma Wilcox, New York, New York [1903-1993]; Acquired by her niece, Mary Ellen Kessler, Indianapolis in 1993. Purchased by (Steve H. Nowlin, Indianapolis) in 2003. Purchased by Indianapolis Museum of Art in 2009.