When art conservators in the United Kingdom were cleaning a 17th-century Dutch seascape, they found a surprise: an image of a beached whale that had been hidden for at least 150 years.
Until recently, the painting — “View of Scheveningen Sands,” created by Hendrick van Anthonissen around 1641 — simply showed groups of people gathered on a beach in The Hague in the Netherlands.
"It seemed a very unassuming painting depicting a very calm beach scene set in winter," Shan Kuang, a conservation student at the University of Cambridge’s Fitzwilliam Museum, said in a video explaining the strange find. Read more.
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congratulatio dog for winning every sports
so i finished Orphan Black today
(vague-ish references to things in season 2 ahead)
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gender-inverse big bang theory with a bunch of smart girls who act condescending to their hot male neighbor
If this was the show, I would actually watch The Big Bang Theory
I AM SO ON BOARD WITH THIS LIKE YOU WOULD NOT BELIEVE