Sunlight helps ID Hearst Castle painting as 17th century

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Sunlight helps ID Hearst Castle painting as 17th century

Guides Laurel Rodger and Carson Cargill pose below the “Annunciation” painting hanging at Hearst Castle in San Simeon, Calif. The painting, that has been hanging at California’s landmark Hearst Castle for decades, has been identified as a 17th century work thanks to two guides who noticed a previously undetected monogram and inscription when it was illuminated by late afternoon sunlight last fall.

Sunlight helps ID Hearst Castle painting as 17th century

Guides Laurel Rodger and Carson Cargill pose below the “Annunciation” painting hanging at Hearst Castle in San Simeon, Calif. The painting, that has been hanging at California’s landmark Hearst Castle for decades, has been identified as a 17th century work thanks to two guides who noticed a previously undetected monogram and inscription when it was illuminated by late afternoon sunlight last fall.

Sunlight helps ID Hearst Castle painting as 17th century

The “Annunciation” painting hangs at Hearst Castle in San Simeon, Calif. A painting that has been hanging at California’s landmark Hearst Castle for decades has been identified as a 17th century work thanks to two guides who noticed a previously undetected monogram and inscription when it was illuminated by late afternoon sunlight last fall.
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