Tuesday, April 5, 2011

Crazy Woman Attacks TWO TAHITIAN WOMEN A Paul Gauguin Painting At The National Gallery Of Art Museum In Washington D.C.

Two Tahitian Women by Paul Gauguin. Click on these pictures to enlarge them.
        This extensive exhibit of Gauguin's work is drawing large crowds at the East Building of the National Gallery of Art in Washington D.C.  
      The painting above is valued at 80 million dollars. It is on loan from the Metropolitan Museum in New York City. Fortunately the painting suffered no damage when attacked by the crazy woman. It was protected by plexiglass covering the painting. It is now back on view in this exhibit.
More on this story below.
And here below is a great picture in today's Washington Post showing two women looking at a blank wall in the East Building of the National Gallery of Art. It is titled ZERO TAHITIAN WOMEN.