A Picasso worth over 25 million euros that was seized from a yacht off the French island of Corsica was transferred to a Madrid museum on Tuesday. The painting, which was subject to a Spanish export ban, had been seized by French customs at the end of July. On Tuesday, a team of Spanish police experts in national heritage flew to Corsica to retrieve the painting, and escorted it to the Reina Sofia Museum, which houses Picasso’s large anti-war masterpiece ‘Guernica’, a police statement said. They were accompanied by an art restorer and an expert in packaging art works from the museum. ‘The painting will be stored in a warehouse of the museum until we know more about its destiny,’ a museum spokesman said. Entitled ‘Head of a Young Woman’, the 1906 work is estimated by Spanish police to be worth 26.2 million euros ($28.7

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