TRUMBULL, Conn. (CBSNewYork) — A controversial painting featuring the likeness of Mother Teresa has been temporarily removed from view at the Trumbull Library.

The painting depicts Mother Teresa appearing to join a group of women holding a banner with the message, “Onward we march.” Other phrases featured in the painting include “Planned Parenthood,” “Feed the Poor,” “Remember The Ladies,” and “Right to Vote.”

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According to reports, there are concerns the use of Mother Teresa’s image could be a potential copyright infringement.

Trumbull First Selectman Tim Herbst ordered the painting temporarily removed from the town library until there’s a formal agreement in place protecting the town from liability.

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“I am not an art critic, I am the leader of a town,” Herbst told WCBS 880’s Fran Schneidau. “What I’m saying is that if artwork is going to hang in any municipal building there needs to be certain agreements between the owner of that artwork and the town to properly indemnify and hold harmless the town so that the Trumbull taxpayers are not on the hook should a future liability arise.”

The owner of the artwork told the Connecticut Post that he would gladly sign such an agreement.

The Bridgeport Diocese claims it has received a number of complaints from people offended by the painting, Schneidau reported.

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The painting also features other famous women throughout history including Clara Barton and Gloria Steinem.