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Hearing For Woman Accused Of Damaging Clyfford Still Painting Postponed

DENVER (CBS4) – A hearing for a woman accused of vandalizing a painting at the Clyfford Still Museum didn’t happen on Monday.

The judge continued the hearing because Carmen showed up sick. He continued her preliminary hearing until March 19.

Tisch is charged with criminal mischief. Prosecutors say Tisch scratched and leaned on a painting at the museum and then urinated nearby.

The painting, “1957-J-No. 2,” is valued at between $30 million and $40 million and it cost about $10,000 to repair.


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