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Museum climate protests spark debate on activism tactics

Climate activists have been targeting iconic artworks to demand an end to new gas and oil extraction projects - to very mixed public reaction.

German climate activists threw mashed potatoes at a Claude Monet painting and glued themselves to the wall. (Last Generation/AP/picture alliance)
German climate activists threw mashed potatoes at a Claude Monet painting and glued themselves to the wall. (Last Generation/AP/picture alliance)
Published on Oct 30, 2022 01:36 PM IST

Video: Claude Monet painting covered with mashed potatoes by protesters

Claude Monet Painting: The iconic artwork- which sold for $110million (£96m) in 2019 - was completely covered by the mashed potatoes.

Claude Monet painting covered with mashed potatoes in Germany.(Twitter)
Claude Monet painting covered with mashed potatoes in Germany.(Twitter)
Published on Oct 23, 2022 09:15 PM IST

Van Gogh' iconic 'Sunflowers' back on display after being vandalised

A video of the incident, which went viral on social media platforms, showed two protesters splashing soup from two cans over the oil painting and its gilded frame.

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Activists of "Just Stop Oil" glue their hands to the wall after throwing soup at Van Gogh's ‘Sunflowers’ at the National Gallery in London, (via REUTERS)
Updated on Oct 15, 2022 06:12 AM IST

Van Gogh self-portrait found, hidden behind 'Head of a Peasant Woman'

National Galleries of Scotland said on Thursday art conservators made the discovery, believed to be a first for a UK institution, during an x-ray examination of Van Gogh's 1885 artwork "Head of a Peasant Woman" for an upcoming exhibition.

Van Gogh's self-portrait detected under cardboard and layers of glue and Head of a Peasant Woman by Vincent Van Gogh are displayed, in Edinburgh, Scotland, Great Britain. (Neil Hanna/Handout via REUTERS)
Van Gogh's self-portrait detected under cardboard and layers of glue and Head of a Peasant Woman by Vincent Van Gogh are displayed, in Edinburgh, Scotland, Great Britain. (Neil Hanna/Handout via REUTERS)
Updated on Jul 14, 2022 04:46 PM IST

Van Gogh's 1887 Paris street painting to be shown in public for first time

Sotheby's auction house in Amsterdam, Hong Kong, and Paris to put on display for the first time, a Paris street scene painted by Vincent Van Gogh in 1887 while he was lodging with his brother Theo in the French capital.

Van Gogh's 1887 Paris street painting to be shown in public for first time(Twitter/Cdesarts)
Van Gogh's 1887 Paris street painting to be shown in public for first time(Twitter/Cdesarts)
Updated on Feb 25, 2021 09:56 AM IST
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