The De Brécy Tondo artwork will be on view at the Cartwright Hall Art Gallery in Bradford, UK, until the 17th of September. This marks the first global exhibition of a piece that has been the subject of controversy for four decades. In January of this year, scientists used a computerized facial recognition system to determine that the painting was created by the renowned Italian Renaissance artist, Raphael Santi. Previously, it was believed to be a Victorian-era replica of the Sistine Madonna.