A stolen artwork of Pablo Picasso has recently discovered in Romania and has found a forgery of the original.
Mira Feticu found the artwork of Pablo Picasso in a Romanian forest
Experts expected the discovered painting was Harlequin Head. It had stolen six years ago from the Kunsthal museum in the Rotterdam.
A Dutch writer, who composed a novel about the daring robbery, has duped by a Belgian theatre company and staged the trick as part of a project about the importance of truth.
Romanian authorities have provided some pieces of canvas on Saturday night that could be Picasso’s painting. Their worth has estimated €800,000 (£710,000).
Dutch writer Mira Feticu has found the artwork wrapped in plastic in a Romanian forest. She dug up the place after receiving an unidentified letter 10 days ago.
Moreover, Ms. Feticu is of Romanian origin. She further said that the hint with instructions where the painting concealed was a marketing stunt.
She revealed that she duped as part of a performance by two Belgian directors. They emailed her about the letter which was part of the True Copy project. This project devoted to the infamous Dutch forger Geert Jan Jansen.
For decades, the master forger made fake paintings and also sold them as the original. He eventually caught in 1994.
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