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William Sargent Kendall’s “The Artist’s Wife and Daughters” in the lab for Art Conservation Treatments
by Oriana Montemurro, Art Conservator In Stones of Venice John Ruskin wrote, “what we want art to do for us is to stay what is fleeting. Immortalize the things that have no duration.” In large part, that is what has … Continue reading
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 … Continue reading