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Old 09-29-2016, 10:50 AM   #1
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Long-lost Victorian painting turns up...

(NEWSER)¬*‚?? One man in Harrogate, England, is very happy he decided to have¬*Antiques Roadshow¬*take a look at an old family painting. It turns out that the portrait of his great-great-grandfather could be worth almost half a million dollars, reports the¬*Telegraph. The painting, done by Lawrence Alma-Tadema, depicts the artist's friend, Leopold Lowenstam, working at an engraving table. Alma-Tadema is widely considered one of the most important artists of the Victorian era, and the art world is...
       




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