It seems not logical that for some reasons people decide to ruin the most popular master pieces, sometimes by accidents and sometimes they know what they are doing, that0s why they take care about these paintings or sculptures, keeping them in places where nobody can touch them.
These are some master pieces which are very famous that have been distroyed by humnas in many ilogical ways, including people who wanted to take a selfie with these aertworks. Because of people like these museums takes too much care about the artworks.
The Ecce Homo in the sanctuary of Mercy church in Borja, Sapin. It was painted by the Spanish painter Elias Garcia Martinez depicting Jesus crowned with throns. The subject and style are typical of Catholic art.
This painting caught everyone's attention after being restored by Cecilia Giménez Zueco. Cecilia decided restoring with the authorities in Borja. She gave a unique style and everyone was wondering why this painting ended up like this.
This statue is the on of the Saint Michael that was at the National Museum of Ancient Art in Lisbon.
Destroyed the statue while taking a selfie
A tourist from Brazil was trying to take a selfie and then he knocked the sculpture to the ground, sattering it beyond repair.
The Townley Venus is a Roman schulpture in Proconnesian marble of the goodess Venus which is 2.14m high. This is from the collection of Charles Twoneley.
The sculpture fell victim to a clumsy waiter at the Brithish Museum, the Townley Venus was knocked off during a corporate event.
Minoan Octopus Jar
The Octopus was a very important symbol to the Minoan culture. It represented protection. The Minoan Octopus Jar is a ceramic made from clay and it was foundin Palaikastro, Greece.
One of these ceramic Jar fell when it was knocked off by a tourist in 2015, who wnt to the Museum in Greece amd destroyed this piece of art.
Statue of the Two Hercules
The sculpture is considered a symbol of Cremona. The piece was originally located above the city gates.
A pair of tourists damaged this monument by clambering onto it because they wanted to take a photograph. The people who did this were identified by the police, though it is not clear if authorities intend to press charges.
Time and history
The context of his art , Twombly was interested in the layering of time and history, of painting and drawing. His art situates itself in the context of the history of Western civilization.
The white triptych by American painter was accidentally knocked over, causing thousand of pounds of damage.This happened in at a private museum in Texas.
Water Lilies is a series of approximately 250 oil paintings by Claude Monet. Many of her works were painted while Monet suffered from cataracts.
During a terrible fire at New York museum, may artworks were totally damaged, including two of Claude Monet.
Man at the Crossroads
Man at the Crossroads was a fresco by Diego Rivera in New York City's Rockefeller Center.
The painting became controversial and it was removed but Rivera using the photographs repainted the composition in Mexico under the variant title: Man, Controller of the Universe.
Jean-Michel Basquiat and Keith Haring
Jean-Michel Basquiat and Keith Haring were two artists who painted many murals in Nw York Cit, including one in Palladium, on e of the most visited clubs in the city.
This club was broke, so was destroyed and their piece of art was also destroyed.
Bent Propeller was also known as World Trade center Stabile, it was a red stainless steel sculpture by Alexander Calder and installed in 1970.
Crushed under thousands of tons of rubble
This work was destroyed in 2001 in the aftermath of the September 11 attacks, crushed under thousands of tons of rubble when 7 World Trade Center collapse.