Hidden painting found under Picasso’s The Blue Room
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Hidden painting found under Picasso’s The Blue Room

Hidden painting found under Picasso’s The Blue Room
Recently globally renowned artist Pablo Picasso's 1901 masterpiece, a hidden painting was successfully unearthed by scientists beneath the brush strokes of the famous artwork titled “The Blue Room”. The Blue Room features a nude woman taking her bath in the artist's studio. The art experts and conservators working at the famous Phillips Collection in Washington have reportedly used the most modern infra-red technology to study the nuances of the brilliant artwork. Eventually they discovered that the masterpiece features a concealed image of a bow-tied man's face resting on his hand that is adorned with three rings on his fingers. It has been announced to the global media that great works has been created by Picasso himself in Paris during his famous blue period. Widely hailed as one of the greatest artist's of the 20th century, Pablo Picasso mainly concentrated his efforts on monochromatic paintings during his blue period from 1900 to 1904, an era when most of his paintings were painted in the colours of light blue and blue-green. Since 2008 "The Blue Room" has been the source of exploration by art experts hailing from reputed institutes of the likes of the Phillips Collection, National Gallery of Art, Cornell University and Delaware's Winterthur Museum. However it has been reported that the great artist sometimes couldn't afford new canvass to paint. Therefore to get around the problem he used to work on cardboards as it was a reasonable backup option to canvas. Interestingly way back in 1954 conservators suspected another painting below this particular artwork's surface since the brush strokes did not match the composition of the former artwork. It was however not before during the mid 1990's decade when an X-Ray revealed the real nature of the puzzle and indicated that5 there was some mysterious painting something under the main image. Reportedly research is still going on with "The Blue Room" and the curators have even planned a special exhibition of the painting in the year 2017.
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