An eight-year-old boy from the 17th century proves that time travel really does exist

Evidence of time travel was discovered in 1652 by Ferdinand Boll, a 17th-century Dutch painter. The photograph on display at Britain’s National Gallery shows an eight-year-old boy dressed in period-appropriate clothing. However, two visitors to the exhibition discovered another detail in the painting – Rebus writes.

Fiona Foskett, 57, and her daughter Holly, 23, noticed something strange that didn’t exist in the 17th century.

“I said to my daughter, ‘Wait, are you wearing Nike sneakers?'” For her age, she must have gotten her hands on the first ever pair of Nike sneakers. Or is it actually time Traveler? “

A spokesperson for the National Museum said they were very pleased that the painting was such a hit with visitors.

“There was a huge response when we tweeted asking people if they could spot a more modern detail on the eight-year-old boy’s shoes.”

This isn’t the first time something strange has been placed on an ancient artwork. At the beginning of May, an iPhone-like object was discovered in a painting from nearly 90 years ago. Umberto Romano drew Mr. Pynchon And The Settling Of Springfield in 1937 – 70 years before the first Apple smartphone was released…

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