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While some battled to have it taken down much sooner, a controversial painting at the Trumbull Library stayed up through early May — the scheduled closing of the exhibit.
The controversial painting that made headlines in Trumbull and beyond was packed up last week with the rest of The Great Minds collection. Women of Purpose, a painting by artist Robin Morris, still bears the marks of vandalism on the face of Margaret Sanger, founder of Planned Parenthood and one of the figures in the work. Those marks will stay put, according to collection owner and Trumbull resident Dr. Richard Resnick.