7. View of Scheveningen Sands by Hendrick van Anthonissen
Actually like with numerous different artistic creations, no one knew that there were some secret pictures under the main layer of paint. Furthermore, when it was the ideal opportunity for rebuilding, specialists eliminated a layer of the old clean and saw an outline of a man taking a gander at something that took after a sail.
As exploration proceeded, it was uncovered that individuals were there on the shore which is as it should be. As it ended up, there was an enormous whale and an individual remaining on it, and the sail was the flipper of the creature. The creature was covered up the first picture during the eighteenth or nineteenth century to keep away from the public shock brought about by the dead whale.