Woman Who Attacked Painting In National Gallery Sounds Like A Wingnut

Susan Burns, attacked Paul Gauguin’s painting “Two Tahitian Women” (seen here) in the National Gallery:

Ms Burns, 53, from Virginia, told police she thought the painting should be burned, according to court records viewed by the Associated Press news agency.

‘I feel that Gauguin is evil,’ she was quoted as telling police.

‘He has nudity and is bad for the children. He has two women in the painting and it’s very homosexual.’