UK, ecologists throw soup over Van Gogh painting
Two young militants of the “Just Stop Oil” movement, born out of a move backwards in climate emergency policy attributed to Liz Truss’ government, have dubbed the famous painting on display at the National Gallery. The work, which was not damaged to protect the glass, has an estimated value of 80 million euros.
two environmental activists of the movement “just stop the oil“He defaced a van gogh’s masterpiece“I Sunflower”, featured in National Gallery in LondonSpilling tomato soup on the painting. The same movement announced it on the web, spreading images of the gesture
The workers, by their gesture, asked everyone to stop immediately. gas extraction projects and oil. The symbolic work of the Dutch painter, fortunately, was not damaged thanks to the protection of the glass
countryside “just stop the oil”, designed to challenge backwards steps in climate emergency policy attributed to the Tory government Liz TrussSeveral groups have been taking action against places and public transport in the UK for a few days radical activist
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