Mona Lisa is moved to the Louvre after the French Revolution, but spends a brief period in the bedroom of Napoleon in the Tuileries Palace.
76 years, 7 months, 22 days later
Uffizi acquires The Annunciation and ascribes it to Domenico Ghirlandaio.
3 years, 1 day later
During the Franco-Prussian War (1870–1871) the Mona Lisa is moved from the Louvre to the Brest Arsenal.
10 years, 2 days later
The National Gallery of Art, London buys the The Virgin of the Rocks.
31 years, 7 months, 29 days later
Mona Lisa is stolen from the Louvre by Louvre employee Vincenzo Peruggia and is missing for two years.
1 year, 4 months, 14 days later
Vincenzo Peruggia attempts to sell the Mona Lisa to the directors of the Uffizi, and is caught. The painting is exhibited around Italy for two years before being returned to the Louvre.
2 years later
Uffizi returns the Mona Lisa to the Louvre.
24 years, 6 days later
During World War II, the Mona Lisa is again removed from the Louvre and taken for safety first to Château d'Amboise, then to the Loc-Dieu Abbey and Château de Chambord, then finally to the Musée Ingres in Montauban.