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How can I un-rotate an image?

Let’s say we have a small image that has been rotated 90 degrees clockwise from its original orientation. I can define it as
Rotate[Rotate[ExampleData[{„GeometricTransformation“, „gtexample“}], 90, { -1, 1}], 90]

I can see this rotated image with
Image[%, ImageSize -> 800]

I can imagine various applications that want to rotate this back. Obviously, they need to compare the input image with the original image to determine if the rotation was successful. The question is, how can I check to see if the rotation was successful or unsuccessful?
What I’ve tried is to use

on a rotated image, but that doesn’t work as it rotates the image and then applies the rotation. I think the lesson here is that I need to know how to convert the image rotation into a rotation about the x-axis.
The ultimate goal is to figure out how to rotate an image back to its original orientation. This is almost certainly not a simple result, since the function
Goto[{a, b}, {a, b}]

rotates the image. But I’m open to other ideas. Thanks for any ideas and suggestions.


First approach:
rotated = ExampleData[{„GeometricTransformation“, „gtexample“}] /. {x_:>x Rotated[90, {0, 1}], y_:>y}

shows rotated version.
Next we create rotated copy and compare:
test = MorphologicalComponents@Dilation@DiskMatrix@GeometricTransform /@


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