Ecce Homo Botched Restoration Sympathy Post – or – Art for Sale! Classic Reproductions! CHEAP!

The poor spanish woman who got a message from God itself to restore the Ecce Homo painting, that was deteriorating on some crummy old cathedral column, has gotten a lot of grief in the past few days (In Case You Haven’t Read About It CLICK HERE) – but, as an artist myself, I felt a bit of sympathy for her, and decided to test my own skills with some artistic reproductions of well known classical works. These hand crafted pieces are nearly identical, certified reproductions that are sure to impress (and fool) any affluent party guest. I have included a photo of the original as a reference, but please believe you will not be able to tell which is the original, and which is the arnoldbenedict reproduction. Enjoy.



(if anyone knows the titles of those last two – i’d appreciate a link. I was in a pizza coma while i was working on these, and have no idea where the source material of those two ended up – perhaps i’m a renaissance artist and I never even knew it)

Limited edition, numbered prints are available by request – go ahead and make an offer at – every reasonable and unreasonable offer/barter will be considered (trades of your terrible art will absolutely be appreciated). this is fine art folks. blood, sweat, and tears. you will kick yourself if you don’t pick up one of these babies, as they’re going fast – and they are HOT!





In fact…just ask and i’m sure you’ll be able to secure one of your least favorite pieces just for reading this.

Omg you had me fooled, and I am a student of art. I spent years studying composition, movement, period art (when fat chicks were hot, I think the romantic period), and when I saw your reproductions I had to scour them for the tiniest details – you forgot the boobs on one.. BTW, the best artists always gave original art to those that understood what the artist was imagining. .. Btw, I think the octagarian did a fine job with the crayons she had…

BTW, the last one is “Devotions To the Holy Cross Stations of the Cross” I’m pretty sure.. and I’m sure the other one is part of the 4 part trilogy of the stations..

you got yourself a piece of art!