Pablo Picasso's most expensive ever painting, which was never revealed to the public for the last 50 years, will now go on display, the AFP has reported. 

According to AFP, Tate Modern in London, UK, will display the most ever expensive painting of Pablo Picasso - Nude, Green Leaves and Bust - from Monday. 

The painting has been lent to the gallery by a private collector and will be on display in a new Pablo Picasso room in the Poetry and Dream wing on Level 3 of the building. In 1932, Pablo Picasso met Marie-Therese Walter when he was 45 years old and fell in love each other and Marie became the muse for the artist's Nude, Green Leaves and Bust. 

The painting was bought by an American art collector couple in 1951 and was put on public display in 1961 to commemmorate the 80th birthday of the artist. Since then, it never went public and later it was sold at a Christie's auction in New York for a world record price of $ 106.5 million to an anonymous private art collector.