During the raid of a home in Southern Iraq on Tuesday, soldiers discovered what they least expected: a naked woman. Or at least the painting of one: Pablo Picasso's long-lost painting, The Naked Woman, which depicts a nude woman on a blue cloth. It had reportedly been looted from Kuwait during Saddam Hussein's invasion in 1990. The new Iraqi owner was apparently trying to sell it for $450,000—though experts say it was worth closer to $10 million. The painting bears Picasso's signature, as well as a label from the Museum of Kuwait.