Coral Springs, FL, June 07, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Viewpoints Industry TV has discovered that many of the world's most amazing art finds have been completely by accident. As television programs like the Antiques Road Show demonstrate, common folk can dig up a long-neglected painting in the attic only to find that it has some profound value in the fine art world. When art conservators were cleaning a 17th Century painting called "View of Scheveningen Sands," there was a surprise waiting to be uncovered beneath the layers of shellac that had turned brown from age. The seascape featured a small crowd of people gathered on the beach -- for what reason, no one knew. Once the shellac was removed, that reason was revealed: a beached whale that hasn't seen the light of day in at least 150 years. It is thought that the depiction of the dead animal had been purposely obscured for reasons of taste or to boost resale value of the painting. This is not the first time that a master's work has revealed unseen treasures as a result of a simple cleaning.
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