Environmentalist vandals threw black paint on Klimt's painting, this time in Vienna
In Vienna, environmentalist vandals threw black paint on Gustav Klimt's famous painting "Death and Life".
According to the news in The Independent, climate activists who are part of The Last Generation of Austria threw black paint at the 1915 Klimt painting exhibited at the Leopold Museum in Vienna.
Activists stated that the Austrian government was reacting to the use of fossil energy.
It was stated that the painting, which was thrown paint, was not damaged, while one of the activists was removed by the museum staff, while the other one stuck his hand on the glass of the painting with glue.
While defending their actions on Twitter, activists stated that oil and gas extraction is "a death sentence for society".