- by theguardian
- 04 Dec 2022
Claude Monet has become the latest artist to be the focus of food-related climate protests, after members of a German environmental group threw mashed potatoes over one of his paintings in a Potsdam museum on Sunday.
A spokesperson for the museum said the painting was protected by glass and the museum later said it did not appear to have been damaged.
A fortnight earlier, Just Stop Oil campaigners glued themselves to the frame of a 500-year-old painting of The Last Supper at the Royal Academy in London.
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