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Still Waters

Mystery art hidden under Picasso painting

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Wrapped in a mustard coloured blanket with a white scarf and her head on one side, Pablo Picasso’s La Misereuse Accroupie (The Crouching Beggar) is a study of forlorn resignation. But researchers say that there is more to desolate character than meets the eye.

Beneath the mournful image lies another painting, a landscape, researchers have revealed after using non-invasive imaging techniques to examine the work.

The study has also shed light on previously hidden features of Picasso’s early attempts at his desolate figure.


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Looks like a wayshrine to one of the Nine Divines in Oblivionjulian.jpg                                                 

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