An Indian with a smartphone found on a 1937 fresco
On the mural “Mr. Pynchon and the Settlement of Springfield,” painted by Italian artist Umberto Romano in 1937, users found a smartphone.
This is what the user has noticed. Facebook Michael Todd Myers.
“Does this guy write on Twitter?” He wrote in a post.
We are talking about the Indian on the right side of the picture - he is holding a rectangular object in his hands, resembling iPhone.
According to one of the commentators, in the hands of the hero - Samsung Galaxy S0.
What the painter actually portrayed is unclear. Among the options for commentators - a mirror, a blade and a prayer book.
The mural depicts the war between the indigenous tribes and the English settlers in America, taking place in the seventeenth century. Currently, the canvas is located in the State Building of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
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