BATH, ENGLAND - FEBRUARY 23: Holburne Museum staff begin unpacking Gainsborough's portrait of an unknown lady, from the collection that was previously described as a ruin and which has been restored ... more 
BATH, ENGLAND - FEBRUARY 23: Holburne Museum staff begin unpacking Gainsborough's portrait of an unknown lady, from the collection that was previously described as a ruin and which has been restored by a conservator at the Holburne Museum on February 23, 2011 in Bath, England. Museum curators are currently busy unpacking and planning the re-display of the collection, with some of the Museum's collection being revealed for the first time in at least a century. The Holburne Museum houses a collection of fine and decorative arts, built around the collection of Sir William Holburne, assembled in 19th-century Bath. It holds a nationally significant collection of paintings and other art works, due to reopen on May 14, which has been closed to the public since the summer of 2008 prior to an 11.2m GBP development project of restoration and extension. (Photo by Matt Cardy/Getty Images) less 
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