Gilbert Gottfried passed away today at the age of 67. Known for his incomparable delivery and his fearless material, the comedian and actor’s vast body of work—which ranged from voiceover work in Aladdin and as the original voice of the Aflac Duck to roles in raunchy releases like The Aristocrats and both Problem Child films—won him fans of all ages and spanned generations.

As the world celebrates his life and looks back on his lengthy career today, people have been sharing videos of some of their favorite Gilbert Gottfried moments. While taking those in, we happened upon a video of the legendary stand-up comic at the Milwaukee Art Museum. The video, which looks to be from the late 1980s or early ’90s starts with Gottfried goofing around outside the local landmark. Around the 1:40 mark, the music dies down, allowing viewers to listen to Gottfried roasting various works of art in the MAM collection as he walks around the museum.

You can watch Gottfried’s artistically-aimed roast of Milwaukee Art Museum’s collection (including Duane Hanson’s beloved “Janitor” sculpture) below. We’ll miss you, Gilbert. [h/t – Jim]

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