Astonishingly, under Picasso’s one hundred and twenty-year-old painting “Pauper squatting,” there’s another hidden landscape.
The discovery was made back in 2018 by a team of Oxia Palus scientists who found another image hidden under the top layer of paint. Art historians believe it could be the work of Santiago Rusiñol, a friend of the great artist.
X-rays showed the general outlines of the painting that depicts a picturesque park in Spain. With the aid of AI (Artificial Intelligence) and other groundbreaking technology, the landscape is now fully restored.
Oxia Palus used spectroscopic rendering, 3D printing, and AI to recreate the landscape. A 3D elevation map made it possible to copy Rucignol’s work onto another canvas. How exactly the copy matches the original is hard to say, but Oxia Palus’ restored canvases are in great demand.
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