Paint Removal from a Mural – Removing Paint from Murals – Mural Restoration and Conservation

I am often asked about the process of and the price for removing overpaint from off of historic murals. Its a mural restoration process I’ve been acquainted with since 1975 while working in Italy (click here for background info).

General contractors, architects, historic preservation planners and city project planners will be completely unfamiliar with the art conservation processes presented in this video and perhaps will be unfamiliar working with the professional services field of mural conservation. Discover some of the important details when considering the removal of paint from off of murals. This short video shows different examples of mural conditions and mural restoration treatments. Get your pen ready, there is lots of good project planning information you can count on in this video.

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For a mural capability statement covering numerous types of mural conservation projects and treatments click here:

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More about the Cedar Rapids City Hall Mural Conservation project:

More about the Fair Park Mural Conservation Project, Dallas Texas:

More about the removing graffiti off 101 Freeway murals in Los Angeles:

A short video about removing murals from walls:

A short video about mural restoration expert consultation services for projects:

CONTACT INFO:  Scott M. Haskins, Fine Art Conservation Laboratories (FACL, Inc.), 805 564 3438 or

Anna Frassine, Italian Mural Conservator removes the last layer of paint.

Anna Frassine, Italian Mural Conservator removes the last layer of paint.


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