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Edgar Degas' Portrait of a Woman. Staff at the National Gallery of Victoria in Melbourne asked scientists from Australian Synchrotron to scan the painting with a high-definition X-ray beam produced by a particle accelerator called a synchrotron to unveil the image. Photo: Australian Synchrotron via AP

Edgar Degas' Portrait of a Woman. Staff at the National Gallery of Victoria in Melbourne asked scientists from Australian Synchrotron to scan the painting with a high-definition X-ray beam produced by a particle accelerator called a synchrotron to unveil the image. Photo: Australian Synchrotron via AP

1of 2 Finding Degas’s Lost Portrait With a Particle Accelerator -The newly uncovered portrait, thought to be of Emma Dobigny, was hidden upside down underneath this painting, “Portrait of a Woman.” Credit National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, Felton Bequest, 1937

Finding Degas’s Lost Portrait With a Particle Accelerator

1of 2 Finding Degas’s Lost Portrait With a Particle Accelerator -The newly uncovered portrait, thought to be of Emma Dobigny, was hidden upside down underneath this painting, “Portrait of a Woman.” Credit National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, Felton Bequest, 1937

Edgar Dégas, Viscount Lepic and his daughters, 1873. What a lovely #Greyhound!

Edgar Dégas, Viscount Lepic and his daughters, 1873. What a lovely #Greyhound!

Edgar Degas - Taste! It doesn't exist. An artist makes beautiful things without being aware of it. #quotations #quotes

Edgar Degas - Taste! It doesn't exist. An artist makes beautiful things without being aware of it. #quotations #quotes

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