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Before restoration

After cleaning, relining, patching, in-painting and re-varnishing  

Painting Conservation and Restoration

Conservation Cleaning involves the identification of the appropriate agent or solvent for cleaning the surface and substrate of artwork. Paintings and prints on canvas or paper whose medium is oil, acrylic, tempera, watercolor or gouache and prints utilizing photography, silkscreen, lithography and etching all require different techniques and materials for proper cleaning that will not damage the underlying artwork.

Restoration involves the repair of tears, blisters and flakes of paintings and prints surfaces, the relining of fragile or heavily damaged canvas and the filling and in-painting of damaged or missing areas. The removal and reapplication of varnishes is part of the restoration process.