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Long-lost Nigerian ‘Mona Lisa’ goes on show back home

By Reuters
06 November 2018   |   11:40 am
It went missing for 40 years, but now "Tutu" by the late Nigerian artist Ben Enwonwu has gone on show again in its home country, at the Art X event in Lagos.

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