Mona Lisa Images for the Modern World, or
a Giocondophiliac's Delight:
Resources and Web Links to Monalisiana
and related subjects

(This page is corollary to the main MONA LISA site.)

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(last modified 6/12/203

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Robert Baron's Home Page | Monalisiana Paper

 

Contents:
To the Reader
To the Collector
Monalisiana Kitsch, Commercial Products & Advertisements, Non-Scholarly Web Pages, and Popular Arts
--Mona Lisa in Advertisements
--Mona Lisa Emblems, Trademarks, Symbols of Corporate and Product Identity
--Mona Lisa on Clothing and Apparel
--Mona in Parody
Monalisiana in Technology
Monalisiana in the News
Mona Lisa in Contemporary Fine Arts and Computer Arts
Mona Lisa in Early Education
Mona Lisa and Monalisiana Compendia & Studies Including Quack Theories
--On the nude Mona Lisa
Libraries, Bibliographies and related Resources, including Bookcovers
Monalisiana Collections and Collectors
Popular Biographies and Leonardo Fiction
--Mona Lisa in Children's and Juvenile Literature
Mona Lisa in the Movies, Music, Stage and Television
--Mona Lisa as a theme or reference in Music
Miscellaneous Monalisany
Leonardo Surveys
Mona Lisa Symposia and Conferences
Links to Links

 

To the reader: This page of links and references to the Mona Lisa concentrates on how Leonardo's Mona Lisa has been used and formed by modern society and by commerce. While some of the links provided will undoubtedly lead to scholarly material on Leonardo and about his role during the Renaissance, no effort has been made to provide access to this kind of information, except inasmuch as the history of scholarship reveals changing attitudes toward the image of Mona Lisa. There are no direct references to Leonardo as a scientist. Searches for the term "Mona Lisa" in web search engines will reveal a wide variety of sexual services indexed under that name. This phenomena should be considered as much of the afterlife of Leonardo's Mona Lisa as anything else, I suppose, but that notwithstanding, I have not included any references to these links, under the assumption that once they are known to exist, their content can be imagined without difficulty. Also omitted are references to restaurants and pizza houses -- unless they publish an emblem with a unique variation of the Mona Lisa.

Further, at this time, while I have defined rough divisions to separate links and references by topic, I have made little effort to place items within topics in any order. Many of the links provided will prove to be rather ephemeral and will eventually go dead. I'd be grateful if anyone finding such a dead link will go to the trouble to write me so I can mark it as unusable. Naturally, I welcome the submission of any and all additions to this material. Finally, some items are not links at all, but just records of information I've found that seems inappropriate to include in my paper discussing the manifestations of Mona Lisa in the Modern World that can be accessed on this site. -- .

To monalisiana collectors: There is a section in this list devoted to collectors of Mona Lisa products (monalisiana, monabilia, etc.). If you have such a collection and wish to list yourself as a collector, kindly send me a message describing the nature of your collection, its history -- if that is significant -- and how you became interested in this topic. Also let me know if I have permission to provide readers with you e-mail (or other) address so that people can reach you. -- .

 

Monalisiana Kitsch, Commercial Products & Advertisements, Non-Scholarly Web Pages, and Popular Arts Table of Contents

 

-- Mona Lisa in Advertisements Table of Contents
-- Mona Lisa Emblems, Trademarks, Symbols of Corporate and Product Identity Table of Contents
-- Mona Lisa on Clothing and Apparel Table of Contents
-- Mona Lisa in Parody of Art Table of Contents
Monalisiana in Technology Table of Contents
Monalisiana in the News Table of Contents

 

 

Mona Lisa in Contemporary Fine Arts and Computer Arts Table of Contents
Mona Lisa in Early Education Table of Contents
Mona Lisa and Monalisiana Compendia & Studies Including Quack Theories Table of Contents

 

-- On the Nude Mona Lisa Table of Contents
Libraries, Bibliographies and related Resources Table of Contents

 

Monalisiana Collections and Collectors Table of Contents
Popular Biographies and Leonardo Fiction Table of Contents
-- Mona Lisa in Children's and Juvenile Literature Table of Contents
Mona Lisa in the Movies, Music, Stage and Television Table of Contents
-- Mona Lisa as a theme or reference in Music and Poetry. Table of Contents
Miscellaneous Monalisany Table of Contents

 

Leonardo Surveys Table of Contents
Mona Lisa Symposia and Conferences Table of Contents
Links to Links Table of Contents

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