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Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Celia Gimenez
A painting by the 80-year-old Spanish artist who became famous for her botched restoration of a Christ fresco in a small-town church has fetched (EURO)1,080 ($1,421) on eBay.
A small Spanish town is trying to figure out what to do with a 20th-century painting of Christ that has been disfigured by a local artist who was trying to restore it.
Gimenez said the proceeds will to the Catholic charity organization Caritas.
He said no one realized how badly disfigured the painting was until she rang town hall to say what she had done.