You will find our London studio in the capital’s Design District, just around the corner from the antiques and interior hub of Pimlico Road and a short walk from London Victoria or Sloane Square. When you visit our studio you will meet our team of knowledgeable staff, some of whom you are likely to see or hear the most from during the restoration process.
Beth, Martha and Danielle are able to provide personal guidance on the conservation of your artwork, through in-person assessments, tailored quotations, and advice on the protection of the piece going forwards.
With true enthusiasm, Beth will speak in detail with you about the painting, antique, or specialist item, to get a full understanding of the history and vulnerabilities it may face. Alongside a professional assessment of the piece, she will be able to provide you with a detailed quote and the various options which may be available to you for the restoration.
“Our London studio is the perfect place to gain an insight into the meticulous and intricate work our conservators carry out. Have the opportunity to receive an assessment of the artwork in person, to provide accurate recommendations and to create a special relationship with our clients. Many of the artworks and items we see hold personal significance for their owner and so it is important to listen to any thoughts and alleviate concerns. The team and I welcome a plethora of different items and enquiries in our London studio, we are always excited to see the beautiful, unusual and treasured items our clients are keen to restore and hear the stories behind them.” – Beth, Key Account Executive
With a lifelong interest in fine art, Beth studied at Goldsmiths, University of London, where she completed a degree in the History of Art. Following graduation, Beth worked for Artique Galleries and was part of curatorial teams. She has a strong understanding of modern and contemporary pieces alongside traditional antiques.
Martha is one of our in-studio Easel Paintings Conservators, if you are lucky you might see her at work when you visit. Martha is able to provide a professional assessment of your painting and maybe the conservator who works on it during the restoration process. Additionally, Martha regularly undertakes on-site projects such as painted ceilings and murals in situ that require cleaning and conservation.
After working as a practising artist, Martha completed a Masters degree in Conservation. Since graduating, she has worked on a variety of paintings and projects requiring a multi-disciplinary approach, including pieces at Windsor Castle, Brighton Pavilion, Spencer House and the National Portrait Gallery. Martha has also worked on murals, including a Victorian ceiling at Westonbirt School and renowned street art pieces by Banksy. You can read a full interview with her here.
Danielle is able to provide you with a portfolio of framing options that are tailored to your preferred style and artwork genre. We also have a range of frames for you to view in person. Danielle is also behind our social media and digital content, creating videos, images and articles which cover the restoration of various pieces. Danielle will liaise with you if your piece might suit a case study or in-depth article for our website, which will cover the history and full conservation process.
Specialising in 18th-century portraiture, Danielle completed a degree in the History of Art at the University of York in 2013. She went on to work for Pinewood Studios, Curzon Cinemas and an international e-commerce business before joining Fine Art Restoration Company in 2020.
Our team is also able to assess artwork on-site, in homes and galleries in and around London. If you have a piece or a collection which you would benefit from a visit, please contact us via [email protected] or call 0207 112 7576 to discuss this further.
If you live nearby, our London studio also offers a convenient and safe location for collection and delivery. You are also welcome to leave your artwork with us for assessment.
Our team looks forward to meeting you from the 12th April onwards, the London studio opening hours are 10am to 5:30pm Monday-Friday.