In London have found a painting by Rubens worth $4.3 million

In London found a painting by the Flemish painter Peter Paul Rubens. 139 years, the canvas was in a private collection, reported on the website of the auction house Sotheby’s.

View this post on Instagram

Unknown for much of the past century, this beautiful three-quarter length portrait of a young woman by Sir Peter Paul Rubens has only recently emerged from a private collection, having been last exhibited at the Royal Academy in London in 1902. Only one of a handful of female portraits by the great Flemish master to come to the market in a generation, the portrait will be one of the highlights of our pioneering cross-category Evening Sale on 28 July. Link in bio for further highlights from the sale. #SothebysMasters #Rubens

A post shared by Sotheby’s (@sothebys) on

Jul 6, 2020 at 1:30am PDT

the Painting is titled “portrait of a Lady” was found in dirty condition under the layer of dust and old varnish. The portrait was painted in the XVII century. In 1902 the painting was exhibited at the Royal Academy of arts in London.

Experts confirmed the authenticity and evaluated the work of more than $4 million, the Current owner wants to sell the painting; the bid price, from $3.1 million to $4.3 million.

Stories about how you tried to get help from the Russian state in terms of coronaries and what came of it, email it to