A stroke of serendipity has unveiled an extraordinary art revelation at Tatton Park this Autumn. The ‘Portrait of a Tyrolese Lady,’ a 200-year-old masterpiece attributed to Rosalba Carriera, is no copy but an original treasure worth thousands. Nestled in storage since the 1980s, this gem, left by Lord Egerton to the National Trust, was uncovered when a hidden note by the artist, known as a “Santini,” emerged from the frame. Celebrating the Queen of Pastel Painting’s legacy, it’s a testament to the artistic wonders that can be found right under our noses.
Hidden gem unveiled: 18th-century masterpiece by Rosalba Carriera discovered at Tatton Park
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