Sunday, December 23, 2012

Cenciaiole Livornesi

Planter with Cenciaiole livornesi, Livornese rag dealers by Eugenio Cecconi, piazza Attias, Livorno
Some of our countless “artists” has tried to improve a decorated planter in “Piazza Attias”.
Cenciaiole livornesi, Livornese rag dealers by Eugenio Cecconi, Livorno
The original painting: “Cenciaiole livornesi” (Livornese rag dealers, 1880) by Eugenio Cecconi.

See also: Piazza Attias - The Big Red A - The New Attias - The Red Tower - Lungomare di Antignano - Steamhip in Port - Six Months

10 comments:

Luis Gomez said...

As always sad!

Randy said...

We've had a rash of it all over our beautiful plaza buildings.

Jack said...

I really hate this.

Elettra said...

Un Natale sereno con tanta felicità e gioia, auguri sinceri Elettra

Stefan Jansson said...

I'm sure Eugenio would have disapproved.

cieldequimper said...

I wonder if it's inevitable...

Valladolid Daily Photo said...

Placing art on the street seems like a really good initiative. Those nonsense signatures are as inevitable as empty of meaning.

JM said...

It's a wonderful painting and they have chosen a great detail to decorate the planter. Happy Christmas.

Lois Evensen said...

I absolutely hate graffiti. We have a new wall built near our home. The wall was certainly quite expensive. There was graffiti all over it within a few days. Horrible. Those to do it should have to remove it and pay for the supplies to do so.

Dina said...

The woman looks like she is looking up as the "addition" and is really mad. She could give the guy a rag to wash off the writing.