“Yes, the family had long called it ‘The Bruegel,’ but it was an affectionate dig at a painting that was clearly a fake. Turns out, the family joke was a hidden masterpiece, a genuine work of Pieter Bruegel the Younger, a 17th-century Flemish artist. Painted more than 400 years ago.” They thought a painting in their TV room was a fake. It sold for $850K.

+ Some cool shots in the Rest of World’s first photography contest.

+ Report: Tesla workers shared sensitive images recorded by customer cars. “Some of the recordings caught Tesla customers in embarrassing situations. One ex-employee described a video of a man approaching a vehicle completely naked.” (He was disappointed to learn that electric cars have no tailpipes.)