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File - In this combination of two undated handout photos made available by the Centro de Estudios Borjanos,  the 20th century Ecce Homo-style fresco of Christ , left and the 'restored' version, at right. Only a month has gone by since an 80-year-old artist won global infamy for botching a restoration of a fresco of Christ in a little-known Spanish town, but it took even less time for Internet entrepreneurs to start copying her image compared to a monkey’s head to sell everything from T-shirts to cellphone covers and wine. Now a mortified Cecilia Gimenez has lawyers researching her intellectual property rights, and could demand a cut of profits to benefit charity for her amazingly popular disfiguration of the fresco from the genre known as “Ecce Homo” (“Behold the Man) style. On Twitter, where the story and image went viral, her version is known as “Ecce Mono” (“Behold the Monkey.)”  (AP Photo/Centro de Estudios Borjanos, File)

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