Here’s a couple of pictures of art conservation treatments in the lab this week:
Large paintings need special handling to make sure the paint is not stressed:
and… doing structural work on two paintings. The closest one needed previous restorations removed and then a new “lining” to correct and stabilize cracking. The second did not require undoing previous restorations but needed a consolidation and warmth to stabilize flaking.
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