Who spoiled the canvas of the American artist Christopher Wool “Nameless”


US police have found who spoiled the canvas of the American artist Christopher Wool “Nameless”.

Recall that in the gallery of the city of Aspen a year ago a product worth $ 3,000,000 was cut by the son of the owner of the painting, Harold Morley. Nicolas Morley has already filed an official allegation of damage to the picture. According to the investigation, the cause of vandalism could be the quarrel between Nicholas and his father.

“We were able to fully track down the offender’s route to the gallery in the morning, Morley Jr. flew from London to Aspen on the eve of the crime.” A day later, a bearded man in black dress and sunglasses came to the gallery, knocking a couple of times in the picture of Wool and disappearing. the airport noticed a similar husband who returned to the UK, “- told police officers.

Interestingly, after the event, the owner of the painting tried to persuade the dealer to increase the value of the work. Morley wrote the gallery that the work can be “easily restored” and offered to give her a price of $ 3,500,000. He explained his intentions to the fact that the picture had “glorified”.