A 15th century statue of Christ and Mary was given a fresh coat of paint -- a rather child-like and somewhat loud renovation that has provoked both laughter and outrage. The wooden statue was from a chapel in the village of El Ranadoiro, about 35 miles west of Oviedo, and depicts Christ on the lap of His grandmother, St. Anne, with his mother the Blessed Virgin Mary standing to the side. The figures were plain wood for more than 400 years but now sport bright colors. St. Anne now wears a hot pink veil and sky blue robes, Christ lime green, and St. Mary in a light turquoise veil and deep red robes. Each face has eyeliner, bold red lips, and pink fingernails. Joke? Worse, mockery. In any case, an old statue was defamed.