Isn't it amazing that people see what they want to see.

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Restoration of a 15th-century painting of a sheep representing the sacrifice of Jesus had the internet freaking out earlier this year over the Jesus lamb's uncannily human expression, which had been covered up by conservation work dating to centuries ago. New analysis of the painting reveals how and why that unnerving face was hidden from view.

Isn't it amazing that people see what they want to see.
 

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Restoration of a 15th-century painting of a sheep representing the sacrifice of Jesus had the internet freaking out earlier this year over the Jesus lamb's uncannily human expression, which had been covered up by conservation work dating to centuries ago. New analysis of the painting reveals how and why that unnerving face was hidden from view.

Isn't it amazing that people see what they want to see.
There is nothing un-nerving about a painting as the painting merely offers a glimpse into the mind of the painter who is long dead
 

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