Restoring Mr Peers’ Ancestral Painting

← 6 Common Causes of Frame Restoration When Mr Peers’ painting arrived in the studio, our conservators immediately realised the potential restoration had to return the artwork to its original stately manner. At 1.5mx1m, the artwork is an imposing portrait of one...

6 Common Causes of Frame Restoration

← Case Study: Smooth Sailing Ahead Restoring Mr Peers' Ancestral Painting → The primary purpose of any picture frame is to provide comprehensive support and stability to an artwork.  Therefore, if an artwork is susceptible to damage, it is often the...

Case Study: Smooth Sailing Ahead

← What to do if your artwork is damaged in transit 6 Common Causes of Frame Restoration → Over the years, we have received many wonderful seascape paintings in the studio. Artworks showing seafarers and sailing boats, large ships and grand battles are...

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...

Lake District Painting Returns Home

← What can cleaning a painting uncover? What to do if your artwork is damaged in transit → By the calming waters of Bassenthwaite Lake in the Lake District, Armathwaite Hall Hotel is nestled under the watchful gaze Skiddaw Mountain and the fells. The...
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