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Mystery Callipygian Nose

A pyrographic portrait that had been signed by an artist, T.E.J, and dated 1884, presumably from Austria, now appears to reveal a hidden callipygian beauty. The female body was instantly conspicuous once I had uploaded a digital photograph of the entire portrait on my computer screen earlier last year.

Convinced that there had to be more than one hidden object pervading this wood-burned canvas, I recently looked at the physical version, and voila, I saw the most strikingly serendipitous art that has evolved naturally over time. Beauty can go nasal. She begins to breathe into life.
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