Soup is thrown at  Van Gogh's painting "Sunflowers" by protesters in London

Climate change protesters poured soup over Vincent van Gogh's 'Sunflowers' at the National Gallery in London on Friday to protest fossil fuel mining, but no damage was done.

Just Stop Oil, an organization calling on the British government to stop new oil and gas projects, said an activist had two cans of tomato soup over

an oil painting of one of the Dutch artist's most famous works. said to have threw Two demonstrators also clung to the walls of the gallery.

British climate change protesters taped themselves to copies of The Last Supper. The soup splattered on the glass covering the painting and its golden frame.

"There is some minor damage to the frame, but the painting is undamaged," the gallery said, and it was cleaned Friday afternoon and returned to its original location in the gallery.

Just Stop Oil has drawn attention and criticism for targeting works of art in museums. In July, Just Stop Oil activists taped the frames of Leonardo da Vinci's The Last Supper

A wave of demonstrations erupts as the UK government launches a new round of licenses for oil and gas exploration in the North Sea.