The woman responsible for an infamous botched restoration of a 19th century Jesus Christ fresco in Spain is auctioning an original work of her own.
The piece, entitled Las Bodegas de Borja, is an oil on canvas and was painted in 2000, according to its eBay listing.
With a starting price of €300 (£242), the piece is currently fetching upwards of €600 (£484) and has five days to go until the auction ends.
Cecilia Gimenez donated the rural depiction to the Catholic charity Caritas, who have used the 80-year-old's notoriety to draw attention to the sale, referring to her restoration attempt in the listing's title.
Others are cashing in on the attention too. The Guardian reports that the Church housing the Ecce Homo remains has begun charging visitors, raising €2,000 (£1,613) in its first week.