- Submitted by Jody
A couple of weeks ago, the Centro de Estudios Borjanos in Borja, Spain, received a donated fresco from the granddaughter of 19th-century painter Elías García Martínez.
This is how the painting looked two years ago:
This image is how it looked in July, when it was photographed for a catalog of regional religious art:
This is how it looks today:
The restoration is the work of an elderly neighbor of the church, who took it upon herself to restore the painting.
“She had good intentions, but did not ask permission,” said culture councillor Juan Maria de Ojeda.