A Contested Caravaggio Found in a French Attic Will Travel to New York Before It Hits the Auction Block for an Estimated $170 Million

Five years ago, a long-lost painting experts claim is the work of Caravaggio was found in an attic. Now, it’s coming to New York. Judith Beheading Holofernes (circa 1607), which has divided scholars and captivated art-watchers the world over, will go on view at Adam Williams Fine … Read entire story.

Source: artnet News