Classic "Art" on Mad Covers

Recognized art classics became cover fodder on the thirteen issues below:
Mad #14 Mad #14 burgled
Leonardo Da Vinci's
The Mona Lisa
painted in 1507.
The Mona Lisa
Mad #15 Mad as a hatter,
#15 ran off with John Tenniel's A Mad Tea Party from Lewis Carroll's Alice's Adventures in Wonderland drawn in 1865.

-- Thanks Josť
A Mad Tea Pary
Mad #22 Mad #22 snatched
Pablo Picasso's
Girl Before a Mirror painted in 1932.
Girl Before A Mirror
Mad #48 Mad #48 commandeered
James Montgomery Flagg's I Want You For U.S. Army painted in 1916.
I Want You For U.S. Army
Mad #79 Mad #79 pilfered
James Whistler's Whistler's Mother painted in 1871.

Did you know the real name of this painting is Arrangement in Gray
and Black
? -- Thanks Ken
Whistler's Mother
Mad #126 Mad #126 went AWOL with another depiction of Flagg's painting. I Want You For U.S. Army
Mad #181 Mad #181 plundered Gilbert Stuart's Unfinished Portrait of George Washington painted in 1796. The Unfinished Portrait of George Washington
Mad #374 Mad #374 abducted
Grant Wood's
American Gothic
painted in 1930.
American Gothic
Mad #452 Mad #452 cheated Cassius Marcellus Coolidge's
A Friend In Need
painted in 1903.
A Friend In Need
Mad #466 With the Da Vinci Code movie hype
in full swing in 2006,
Mad #466 heisted
The Mona Lisa again.

-- Thanks Josť
The Mona Lisa
Mad #484 Mad #484 choked down Norman Rockwell's Freedom From Want originally served in the pages of The Saturday Evening Post
March 6th, 1943.

-- Thanks Bradford
Freedom From Want
Mad #495 Mad #495 and the poster within hopelessly depicted Shepard Fairey's Portrait of Barack Obama which came into being just before Super Tuesday (Feb. 5th) during the 2008 U.S. presidential campaign.
-- Thanks again, Bradford
Portrait of President Barack Obama
Mad #514 Mad #514 went
for seconds with
Grant Wood's
American Gothic
painted in 1930.
American Gothic