Francisco Goya, etchings from the series “The Disasters of War” / paint  
  (In 2003, English artists Jake and Dinos Champman   purchased a complete (and  mint condition, printed directly from the artist’s plates)  set of etchings from Goya’s famous 19th-century series.    The brothers then added comical grotesque faces to the etchings, ultimately presenting them as a series titled   “Insult to Injury.“  
 A number of the works were damaged when a man named Aaron Barschak threw red paint at them while they were on view in the Chapmans’ 2003 exhibition  The Rape of Creativity . )

Francisco Goya, etchings from the series “The Disasters of War” / paint

(In 2003, English artists Jake and Dinos Champman purchased a complete (and mint condition, printed directly from the artist’s plates) set of etchings from Goya’s famous 19th-century series.  The brothers then added comical grotesque faces to the etchings, ultimately presenting them as a series titled “Insult to Injury.“

A number of the works were damaged when a man named Aaron Barschak threw red paint at them while they were on view in the Chapmans’ 2003 exhibition The Rape of Creativity.)

Christopher Schreck