Category Archives: Painting on canvas

Friends of the Mission Inn Art Conservation Team

by Sue Bartel, Editor for Friends of the Mission Inn (This blog post has been syndicated at ExpertClick.com. What does it mean that this article is “ syndicated”? See end of article for explanation.) The Friends of the Mission Inn have … Continue reading

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Restoration Of An Heirloom Painting Testimonial, Pasadena, Los Angeles, California

The artworks are heirlooms being passed down to the next generation and are full of memories and “triggers” for good family history stories. See this testimonial. Questions 805 564 3438 Continue reading

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Ancestor’s Portrait Oil Painting Restoration Testimonial Los Angeles

This article has been syndicated at ExpertClick.com” See end of article for why this is a big deal. Answering people’s questions (and worries) about preserving and saving family portraits of ancestors has always been a great pleasure of mine. I, myself, … Continue reading

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Stolen Art Mysteries In The Movies And In Real Life

“Your blog post has been syndicated at ExpertClick.com” Its a bit of a coup to get an article syndicated, and its certainly prestigious, as additional “proof” that the info and the author are considered far and wide authoritative and an … Continue reading

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Spanish Colonial Art Restoration – The Earliest European Art in California

Meet “Nuestra Senora De Los Angeles” from the Historical California Spanish Ranch Vejar Chapel After two centuries, Vejar chapel painting looks like new once again See Daily Bulletin News Article: https://www.dailybulletin.com/2021/07/19/after-two-centuries-vejar-chapel-painting-looks-like-new-once-again/?fbclid=IwAR0KD0WmIR5Q36s3TUpYHMdHkox0BaeIncJzLot6xkRLrNMqsrdO3ixJuBs This article has been syndicated at www.NewsReleaseWire.com/257855 What does … Continue reading

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Should I Put Glass In Front Of My Painting When I Frame It?

This article has been syndicated at www.NewsReleaseWire.com/257654  What does it mean to be syndicated? See end of article. I’m often asked this question by people who are reframing their artwork, so here are a few thoughts that may guide you… … Continue reading

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An Interesting Personal Story About Where Baroque Music, French Blue Bloods and Vintage Paintings with Hurdy-Gurdys Lead Me.

If you’ve followed me even a little time you’ll know that I travel a lot to personally consult with people about art restoration projects on location and that our company picks up and delivers. All of this traveling around often … Continue reading

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Understanding Disaster Risk for Digital Heritage and Memories

June 2, 2021 An ICCROM virtual conference and training on preserving your digital memories. It may be a bit “corporate” or professional but the info should be good. Also, remember my publications, which are the most widely distributed and well … Continue reading

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A Section of Santa Barbara Mission Original 1785 Lienzo Mural Restored And On Display

I’ve posted previously about the exciting research, fundraising and mural conservation efforts for an extremely important and historic element of the main chapel of the Santa Barbara Mission. The 1786 backdrop was designed with architectural features, statues and lots of … Continue reading

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Rediscovering The Important Genius of The Woman Who Broke The Mold of French Fine Art High Society At The End Of The 1880’s, Elisabeth Jerichau-Baumann

Elisabeth Jerichau-Baumann was born in Poland of German parents, who painted in Italy, was adored in France, admitted to the harems of the Ottomans and got away with creating erotic paintings of mermaids. She is considered an important figure in opening … Continue reading

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