Gustav Klimt’s “Portrait of a Lady” (1917) will finally be unveiled to the public this October at the Museum Of Rome in Palazzo Braschi. The portrait was initiallly set to be exhibited earlier, but the opening was delayed due to the pandemic.
The legendary art work will be exhibited for the first time following its dramatic discovery in 2019, within the walls of the gallery from which it was stolen nearly 23 years ago.
It has been estimated to be worth around $70 million at its rediscovery in December 2019.
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