Keeping the Crayons on the Page
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On April 8, 2023, a 230-year-old Sabrina statue at Croome, Worcester was defaced with bright blue crayon markings, reports the BBC.
We get the allure--a water nymph that was once decorated in shells, coral and gems is now a plain white stone statute...seemingly a blank canvas...
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