Coral Springs, FL, June 28, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Viewpoints Industry TV will examine the recent findings in the art world that new technology is only now making possible. It's like the ultimate prize hidden in a box of Cracker Jacks. New studies using X-rays and narrow-spectrum light, including the ultra-violet and infra-red light bands, are finding hidden treasures nobody suspected were there. During a painter's lifetime, there are often periods of poverty, where the artist cannot afford any more supplies. Sometimes, when a painter has had an idea for a new work of art, but cannot buy another blank canvas, the only course available has been to paint over an existing work. Alternatively, when an artist is working on a painting, he will sometimes change his mind and paint over earlier details, sometimes including entire figures that radically change the focus of the picture. And occasionally, over the centuries, important paintings get sealed up when a new wall is constructed or otherwise lost to history. Technology is now allowing us to find those lost art works. Will it affect the value of a painting if both seller and buyer know that there is a bonus painting hidden underneath? Watch what happens when the gavel bangs.
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