What to do if your oil painting becomes water damaged

← Case Study: 19th Century Chess Board Restoration When an oil painting becomes water damaged, its appearance can change dramatically. This was especially true for Mrs Pownall’s family painting, after it was damaged by a flood through a ceiling, while being...

Restoring Mrs Pownall’s Water Damaged Painting

← Case Study: the ceramic dog and rabbit When an oil painting becomes water damaged, its appearance can change dramatically. This was especially true for Mrs Pownall’s family painting, after it was damaged by a flood through a ceiling, while being stored under a...

How To Treat Tenting Paint

← The Restoration of a World War Two Map Whether cracking or flaking paint has caused losses, or severe craquelure has altered the appearance of the painting, many artworks that arrive in the studio require treatment caused by cracks in the paint layer.One such...

What to do if your artwork is damaged in transit

← Lake District Painting Returns Home Case Study: Smooth Sailing Ahead → One of the most common types of enquiries we receive in the studio is for items that have been damaged in transit. Whether that enquiry originates from a client who has moved their...

How To Protect Paintings From Smoke and Fire Damage

How To Protect Paintings From Smoke and Fire Damage As part of our disaster recovery services, we regularly receive fire and smoke damage paintings into the studio. A proportion of these paintings have sadly been damaged in house fires, in circumstances beyond the...
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