Since then, it has been vandalised numerous times, prompting the museum to encase it in bullet proof glass.
But it appears at the age of 44, Elizabeth Hurley is still not ready to give up the game.
The actress attended the Love Ball charity fundraiser last night in a dazzling blue sari WITHOUT the cropped top, a Choli or Ravika, which is typically worn underneath it.
The art piece currently holds the Guinness World Record for Highest insurance valuation for a painting ($100,000,000, roughly £74,380,000) which it was awarded on December 14, 1962.
It currently hangs in the Louvre museum, in Paris, and has been on display there since 1797.
Liz was among a host of stars who attended the charity do last night at the Roundhouse in North London.
Guests were left out in the cold for about an hour and a half during the night after dry ice set off alarms and the building was evacuated.
But it was unclear whether the revealing nature of her outfit was a 'sheer' accident or intentional.
Liz was accompanied by her Indian textile heir husband Arun Nayar, who she married in 2007.
It was put on to raise money to build playgrounds for children in her home country as well as for UK children's charities.
The venue was transformed into an adult fairground, under the creative direction of British designer Dinos Chapman.
The evening also included an auction of commissioned works from artists including Jeff Koons, Francesco Vezzoli, Goscha Ostretsov and Marc Quinn.