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julian bells painting in the market tower

 
 
On 1 Apr 2011 at 8:24pm bastian wrote:
Last night someone defaced julians painting in the market tower,it was crude and childish(so it can only have been one of our younger generation).Whatever you may think of the painting itself it is a shame that it has been scribbled on with such obsenities and self indulgent bilge about their weed consumption ..most graffiti in lewes is witty,funny or clever like the graffiti grammerists on the underpass to the rise farm,but this is just mindless drivel.
 
 
On 1 Apr 2011 at 10:02pm War is the Answer wrote:
The only thing missing from that picture is a noose around the bloody traitor's neck.
 
 
On 1 Apr 2011 at 10:04pm Downhill Fast wrote:
I've not seen the painting but if it was crude and childish i'm not too bothered about its fate.
 
 
On 1 Apr 2011 at 10:51pm Boo Khaki wrote:
everyone that has spent more than 24hours in Lewes must surely've seen the Painting Downhill
and I think you'll find the defacing was crude and childish NOT the painting
The subject of the painting was born in Thetford, learned his trade in North Kent and came to Lewes to fleece the populace, treat his wife like dirt and then flee to the colonies to incite insurrection - would prefer a painting of Moomintroll there to be perfectly honest
 
 
On 2 Apr 2011 at 9:10am bastian wrote:
so of it were a picture of adam smith that had been scrawled on that would be ok,it may be the political season but this post is about vandalism.


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