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However, some recent failures have become so popular

 Art Restoration Miracles and Disasters



 Restoration of art hasn't been very trendy. However, some recent failures have become so popular that it is becoming a trending subject. We've seen it all



 the memes of disastrous attempts to Halo Leaf Halo Leaf Halo Leaf Halo Leaf Halo Leaf Halo Leaf Halo Leaf Halo Leaf Halo Leaf Halo Leaf Halo Leaf Halo Leaf Halo Leaf Halo Leaf Halo Leaf Halo Leaf Halo Leaf Halo Leaf Halo Leaf restore historic (often religious) works of art -the two most famous of them - Ecce Homo and Immaculate Conception being perhaps the two most



 Spain decided to revamp its art restoration laws in 2020. This was a well-known occasion. However, there are many other fascinating stories of



 Artwork that has been severely damaged and  Halo Leaf Halo Leaf Halo Leaf Halo Leaf Halo Leaf Halo Leaf Halo Leaf Halo Leaf Halo Leaf Halo Leaf Halo Leaf Halo Leaf Halo Leaf Halo Leaf Halo Leaf Halo Leaf restorations of art that have that have gone horribly, and often hilariously, out of control.



 Did you hear about the Christo pieces that were left unwrapped by customs officials? True story. Or that time the Las Vegas casino owner and billionaire Steve



 Wynn accidently let his elbow go through the Picasso which was worth more than $130 million. or the "starving art" who ate the banana duct taped on the wall (also known).



 as Comedian by Maurizio Cattelan) at  Halo Leaf Halo Leaf Halo Leaf Halo Leaf Halo Leaf Halo Leaf Halo Leaf Halo Leaf Halo Leaf Halo Leaf Halo Leaf Halo Leaf Halo Leaf Halo Leaf Halo Leaf Halo Leaf Halo Leaf Halo Leaf Halo Leaf Art Basel Miami in 2019? That last one had an unusually happy ending: the gallery which displayed the work



 Emmanuel Perrotin, ultimately declined to pursue charges against the artist, who said he did it due to being "hungry" and became an instant internet sensation



 sensation.



 Who's Afraid of Art Restoration?


 The podcast 99% Invisible has a delightfully  Halo Leaf Halo Leaf Halo Leaf Halo Leaf Halo Leaf Halo Leaf Halo Leaf Halo Leaf Halo Leaf Halo Leaf Halo Leaf Halo Leaf Halo Leaf Halo Leaf Halo Leaf Halo Leaf Halo Leaf debaucherous episode called "The Numerous Deaths of a Painting," which is about the painting Who's scared of



 Red, Yellow and Blue III, by American post-war artist Barnett Newman. The painting, which is composed of three primary colors, and is composed of only three colors minimalist.



 The visitors at Amsterdam's Stedelijk Museum were so upset by the predominantly red work that they recalled the experience. The museum acquired it in 1969.



 Physically ill or enraged by the mere sight.




 Gerard Jan van Bladeren, then a struggling  Halo Leaf Halo Leaf Halo Leaf Halo Leaf Halo Leaf Halo Leaf Halo Leaf Halo Leaf Halo Leaf Halo Leaf Halo Leaf Halo Leaf Halo Leaf Halo Leaf Halo Leaf artist of 30 years, attacked the painting in the 1980s while it was displayed.



 The canvas's center. According to reports, "When the slashes were added all up together, they measured more than fifty feet in length." But this is just the



 Beginning of the tale. The restoration process was not as well-known as the vandalism that started it all.



 All told, the restoration took four years, and  Halo Leaf Halo Leaf Halo Leaf Halo Leaf Halo Leaf Halo Leaf Halo Leaf Halo Leaf Halo Leaf Halo Leaf Halo Leaf Halo Leaf Halo Leaf Halo Leaf ultimately cost the museum over $1 million, drawing them into a lengthy defamation suit against the



 work's conservator, Daniel Goldreyer. Goldreyer was initially employed by Stedelijk and Stedelijk, was confident that he could repair the painting "within 98%."



 accuracy."



 The attack was not accompanied by the "shimmering effect" to the red, which created a sense of depth"



 The Stedelijk conducted forensically-based investigations into the painting, and were told by the restorer who claimed that he had employed a simple brush roller to cover it.



 The artist also stated that the entire canvas was covered with matte paint. The claim was strongly denied. The result was noticeably different, but it maintained the same spirit.



 effect.
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