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The Vandalism of a Million-Dollar Painting

Indeed, art is never worth more. The protection of our planet and people is worth more. This was the saying from the two girls who vandalized Vincent Van Gogh’s painting “Sunflower”. Now, the fact is that the painting is worth more than 70 million.

It is strange how much truth she says when she speaks that the cost of living crisis is part of the oil crisis. Fuel is unaffordable. The world is getting costlier every day. Politics, art, and culture are not going in line with food and clothes but hunger. Even Maslow’s hierarchy needs to be edited now. We need a new low level because we cannot fulfill the hierarchy now. Our struggle for mankind and humanity is on the road of gravity.

Two girls put tomato soup on Van Gogh’s painting and poses for the picture.

Painting and art is the thing of the past. People forget that they are living in the present. What worth is a sight when it cannot fulfill the desire of one’s heart? No wonder I would like to write again that inflation is high, and it is the right time to plan for the future. It is time like this that creates a rebellious soul.

Andy Smith
Andy Smith
Andy Smith has been writing about finance for many years. Andy also has a team of experienced and accomplished financial writers, having registered for various outlets, including newspapers, magazines, websites, and blogs. has brought prime writers who have graduated from college with Masters's degrees in Literature, economics, and finance. After graduating, Andy worked for a few years in the corporate world but soon realized his genuine passion was writing. He also began freelancing and soon found himself writing about finance and other economic topics.


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