Philadelphia hosts newly discovered art treasure
PHILADELPHIA- Sketches by Paul Cezanne that haven't been seen since the early 20th century go on display in Philadelphia.
They were discovered on the backs of two watercolors. They'll be on view in double-sided frames, with both sides visible.
One is a graphite, the other a watercolor.
The images were found during conservation work on two Cezanne paintings of the landscape of southern France.
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