La Joconde nue or Monna Vanna is a 1514-1516 charcoal drawing with white highlights by the school of Leonardo da Vinci. It is a semi-nude portrait of a woman. The position of the subject's hands and body are almost identical to that of Leonardo's Mona Lisa, leading some experts to suggest this work may be a preparatory drawing for the famous painting. These experts identify this as an exceptionally fine work by a left-handed master, leading to speculation that this is the work of Leonardo himself.  It is now in the musée Condé.
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