Case Study: Treating acid damage in a watercolour painting

← How to restore oil paintings on copper Our latest case study explores the restoration of a mid 19th century watercolour seascape, one of a pair and an original Luigi Renault of the Consul Kestner schooner. Our client came to us rather concerned and discouraged...

How to restore oil paintings on copper

← Case Study: 1 vintage ashtray in 10 broken parts Case Study: Treating acid damage in a watercolour painting → Every painting we work on in the studio has a unique identity. Whether it’s a signature we find while cleaning, an interesting note on the back of...

Case Study: 1 vintage ashtray in 10 broken parts

← What to do if your oil painting becomes water damaged What would you do if your precious ceramic item was broken into many pieces? That was a question faced by one of our recent clients, when a vintage cigar ashtray was accidentally damaged. Instead of being 1...

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...
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