This Isn’t A Fake, It’s A Real 16th-Century Medici Portrait That Was ‘Tarted Up’

“A painting that was ‘targeted for removal’ from the collection of the Carnegie Museum of Art in Pittsburgh won a last-minute reprieve after a technical examination determined that it was not a ‘modern fake’, but a 16th-century Florentine portrait that was significantly ‘tarted up’ in the 19th century.”

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