Paper artworks such as watercolours, prints, photographs, posters and documents can be protected from harm with simple methods. This includes the correct atmosphere, protective non-acidic framing, and avoiding brightly lit areas that may have caused fading.
Above: an antique engraving which has been affected by foxing, before and after restoration by our paper conservator
Find out more about protecting watercolours from our ICON accredited paper conservator below:
Our paper conservator can restore various types of deterioration, from severe tears, mould and water damage through to staining and foxing. You can find out more on our paper restoration page here.
How can we help?
If you have a watercolour, print, document, letter, photograph, or any other item which has been damaged, please reach out to our helpful team who will be happy to assist further.
To make contact please email us via [email protected] or call 0207 112 7576