A controversial painting entitled “Untitled #1” by David Pulphus, who won an art contest sponsored by Rep. William Lacy Clay, will remain in place in Washington, D.C. despite calls for its removal.
A controversial painting entitled “Untitled #1” by David Pulphus, who won an art contest sponsored by Rep. William Lacy Clay, will remain in place in Washington, D.C. despite calls for its removal. Courtesy Office of Rep. William Lacy Clay
A controversial painting entitled “Untitled #1” by David Pulphus, who won an art contest sponsored by Rep. William Lacy Clay, will remain in place in Washington, D.C. despite calls for its removal. Courtesy Office of Rep. William Lacy Clay