From The Chinese Media: Mysterious painting on display for first time in Lisbon

A 17th-century painting featuring a panoramic view of Lisbon is on display for the first time at the National Museum of Ancient Art in the Portuguese capital city, after its arrival from Weilburg Castle in Germany last week.

 

I don’t know how the Chinese managed to pick up this story…

Guess its from an old press release send out by NMAA. When I woke in Himalaya an hour ago it was on my twitter list.

The painting is here:

17th-century painting

JOYEUSE ENTRÉE – A view of Lisbon from Weilburg Castle. CLICK PIX

 

The story in China-Europe is here

The highly anticipated painting, which will be in exhibition here until Feb. 14, 2016, has only been on display since Thursday for weather related reasons.

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