Cincinnati Art Museum discovers work hidden under painting by Paul Cézanne

The Cincinnati Art Museum has uncovered a secret hidden beneath a painting by one of the world’s most famous 19th-century artists, and the mysterious work will soon be on display for patrons.

The museum’s chief conservator, Serena Urry, was examining “Still Life with Bread and Eggs,” a painting in its collection by French artist Paul Cézanne, after an exhibition this past spring when she noticed some unusual cracking. Wondering if there was something under the surface, Urry had the painting…

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