For more than half a century, Picasso's curtain masterpiece "Le Tricorne" adorned the Four Seasons Restaurant in New York City.
Over the weekend, the 1919 famed, fragile $1.6 million artwork was removed from the restaurant lobby by 25 workers over 14 hours, with one worker stating that they had to swaddle the piece "like a baby".
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