In the music room of Castello di Casotto, in Garessio, Cuneo, you can admire a painting attributed to Van Dyck (or a member of his school anyway) depicting a lady, called La Dama in Fiero (black). The painting, arrived in Garessio from the Turin castle of Agliè, of magnificent workmanship, enjoys a strange reputation. A legend tells that on some nights, the ghost of the woman, dressed in a seventeenth-century black dress, came out of the painting and wandered around the rooms of the castle, predicting misfortunes to the members of the royal family she met. In the nineteenth century, when the castle was purchased and restored by Carlo Alberto di Savoia to make it his summer residence, the painting was not removed. Some say that possibly even the real Piedmontese had the luck / misfortune to meet the lady, and, almost certainly, to meet her was Princess Maria Clotilde, which bedroom was located next to the music room.