It’s too big, and no one is looking. The Wedding at Cana is the second-easiest painting to find in the Louvre. In the only place in the whole building with clear signage, behind numerous panels of thick, obscuring glass, and crowded by hordes of tourists - individuals, families, and tours, mostly tours, Nikons and Canons and selfie sticks and iphones - hangs the Mona Lisa, the smug heart of the museum, raking in money like a tractor beam. The Mona Lisa is

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