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It was a rhetorical question but now art lovers can discover what the back of Da Vinci's masterpiece looks like, literally.A closer look reveals a fascinating trip into the history of each painting – who owned it and where it traveled, as well as changing tastes in art conservation."Vik Muniz: Verso" is the first full show of these works.A bevvy of stickers – from The Tate Gallery, the Centre Georges Pompidou and the Guggenheim – trace the exhibitions that have featured Fernand Leger's 1911-12 painting "The Smokers".The Mauritshuis gave Muniz unparallelled access to its most iconic works from the Dutch Golden Age and he and his team have created five new reproductions.The Munch has an added challenge: a second painting on its back."Vik Muniz: Verso" is up in The Hague Mauritshuis museum through Sept. 4 .
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