Doug Fishbone reveals replica painting hanging in place of original in gallery

Can you point out the difference? Doug Fishbone reveals replica painting at Dulwich picture gallery.

Original and Replica painting now hanging side by side in Dulwich Gallery

Artist, Doug Fishbone, has revealed the identity of a replica painting, which has been hanging in place of the original at Dulwich Picture Gallery.

He unveiled this on BBC's One Show. The painting of a woman by Jean-Honoré Fragonard, was painted in the 18th- century.

The original painting was temporarily removed on February and replaced with a replica which was produced in China.

The public were challenged to spot it in the midst of the permanent collection of 270 Old Master paintings.

The original and replica are currently hanging side by side, pointing out stylish differences between the two portraits.

Visitors can also visit the Gallery to compare the two works until July 26, 2015.


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