Delacroix’s Liberty Leading The People defaced by a vandal in France

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Eugène Delacroix’s iconic work “Liberty Leading the People” has been defaced by a vandal at the Louvre Museum in Lens, Northern France. The famous work was vandalized near closing time on Thursday evening by a woman described by prosecutors as “unstable.” The museum has already sent restoration experts to examine that damage, and has stated that the work should be “easily cleaned.” via: AO ArtObserved

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One thought on “Delacroix’s Liberty Leading The People defaced by a vandal in France

  1. So, the pathetic conspiracy theorists reveal themselves for what they truly are; paranoid fools who are willing to deface priceless works of art just to get people to pay attention to their ridiculous claims. For any 911 conspiracy theorists out there, I have this to say; you are a joke. The world will never pay attention to your paranoid delusions, so stop your mindless babble and give up. As for those of you who are engineers, your actions prove that having an engineering degree doesn’t mean you are intelligent. No one who believes in your garbage is worthy of calling themselves American. Your idiocy is a disgrace to all the people who died that tragic day. Crawl back into whatever hole you emerged from and leave us in piece.

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