Hidden portrait lies behind Picasso's "Blue Room"

06/18/2014 | Wire, The

Scientists using infrared technology have revealed a portrait of a bearded man resting his head on his hand underneath Pablo Picasso's 1901 painting "The Blue Room." Picasso often reused canvasses because he couldn't afford new ones, according to art experts. Two years ago, another portrait was found underneath his painting "Woman Ironing."

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