Awesome. Time to look in my attic.
French family stumbles on long lost €120m Caravaggio while mending leaky roof
A leaky roof led a French family to stumble across a painting thought to be a long lost Caravaggio worth €120 million (£96 million). The exceptionally well-preserved tableau had remained hidden in the attic of their home outside Toulouse, southwestern France, untouched for more than 150 years since an ancestor brought it back to France from his campaigns abroad as an officer of Napoleon’s army. Experts have already dubbed the incredible find a “momentous occasion” in European art history and the “most important painting by far” to have emerged by one of the great masters in modern times. Judith Beheading ... (full story)