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...

What items can we restore?

← Interesting and Unique Restorations from 2018 Case Study: Local History Saved from the Shed → What items can we restore? Alongside traditional easel painting conservation, we offer a comprehensive restoration service for a wide range of artworks, antique...

Interesting and Unique Restorations from 2018

← Using Japanese Tissue on an Oil Painting What items can we restore? → Now another year has come to an end, we’ve taken some time to reflect and look back over some interesting – and unique – restoration projects that we completed in 2018....

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...

8 Ways To Secure Your Painting Before Restoration

← Cleaning the back of an oil painting How To Re-mould Missing Parts of a Picture Frame → When a painting is awaiting collection to be restored, it is understandably tempting for art owners to try and rectify the damage at home. For one oil painting that...
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