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The Museo del Prado's Copy of La Gioconda, Study and Restoration

(21 february - 13 march, 2012)

Ana González Mozo, researcher in the Museum’s Technical Documentation Section and Almudena Sánchez Martín, restorer at the Museo del Prado, comment the technical study and the restoration process of the Copy of La Gioconda.

Duration: 13'03"

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