Restoration and conservation of paintings on canvas and wood

Paintings on canvas and wood consist of organic materials, which are affected in various ways by the ravages of time. Typical damages to paintings include flaking and cracking in the paint layer, tears, brittle or loose canvas, darkening of varnish layers, and general dirt accumulation. In the case of older paintings, conservation and restoration work often involve the removal and improvement of previous darkened repairs.

Restoration is a specialty that we have been practicing for 25 years, addressing issues such as fire, water, and other forms of damage. Common restoration tasks like addressing cracks, flaking, and general cleaning are areas where we are both qualitatively and competitively strong.