A painting by the Austrian painter Gustav Klimt, one of which, it was thought that it had been stolen, after 22 years of age, found between the walls of an Italian museum. As a gardener, took it back in a plastic bag.
“I found it in a box in a garbage bag, and thought, “that’s rubbish”, she is the discoverer of the Italian media. He was on the outside wall of the museum, Ricci Oddi in Piacenza is busy with the removal of the ivy on the wall.
The man is warned about it from colleagues, who pointed out that it is likely to be the Portrait of a lady by Klimt is. It’s a painting, it would be in 1997, and moved into a nearby palace, but it disappeared for a short while before.
The disappearance of the painting, which is nearly 60 million dollars and is considered to be one of the biggest mysteries in the art world. After that, the job lost, the security at the museum is directly to the next page.
The case was due to a lack of evidence, has been discontinued. In 2016, the case was reopened after DNA traces were found in the ancient list of the works of art.
Further research is need to determine whether the painting is indeed a Portrait of a woman and the work and all the years in between, the walls were. According to the experts, now is the chance is very great that the painting has been recovered.