Flash, incredible attack on Art!!! Attack on world-famous Van Gogh’s ‘Sunflowers’ painting with tomato soup!
Attack on world-famous Van Gogh’s ‘Sunflowers’ painting with tomato soup! They poured it all at once and affixed themselves to the wall.
A group of climate activists signed a protest that had wide repercussions in the world press. Climate change protesters threw tomato soup over Vincent Van Gogh’s “Sunflowers” on display at the National Gallery in London. After the painting was covered with tomato soup, the protesters showed their reaction by sticking themselves to the wall.
London, the capital of England, has been the scene of demonstrations of climate protesters for the last two days. Lastly, two protesters who entered the National Gallery in London as visitors targeted the 1888 painting ‘Sunflowers’. Climate activists organized demonstrations to react to climate crises and environmental events. Van Gogh’s £76 million (approximately 1 billion 581 million 301 thousand TL) painting was not irreparably damaged by the protests, as it was protected by a glass plate. The event, recorded by the visitors in the gallery, became the agenda of the social media in a short time.
“PICTURE IS NOT DAMAGED” in incredible attack on art
“Just after 11 am, two people entered room 43 of the National Gallery. The couple affixed themselves to the wall next to Van Gogh’s Sunflowers (1888). There is also what appears to be tomato soup on the painting,” the National Gallery said in a statement. They threw a red substance. The room was cleared of visitors and the police were called. Officers are now at the scene. There is minor damage to the frame, but the painting is intact.” statements were included.