Great Art Is Not an Enemy of the Climate
What the protesters are putting on display is their own recklessness and fanaticism.
Climate activists have found a new target — the greatest masterpieces in the history of Western art.
Heretofore, no one thought that Claude Monet’s Haystacks — a sublime series studying the changes in light and color on haystacks in a field — or Vincent Van Gogh’s Sunflowers — a painting that is instantly recognizable and that forever associated these flowers with the troubled artist — had harmed anyone, let alone had anything to do with the alleged climate emergency.
But that was before...