Conservation - Paintings
Typical treatments on paintings
Cleaning involves a carefully removal of any surface dirt and degraded, yellowed varnishes, both of which distort colours, mask tones and blur detail.
Structural damage to canvas paintings, i.e. tears and holes, as well as craquelure is always remediable, and we have a vast experience in carrying out local tear-mending, and the patching of damages.
Some undertaken works
In 2006 we conserved the whole collection of portrait paintings in the Archi-bishop house in Uppsala.
At the Library of Uppsala
Sträckande svanar - Bruno Liljefors - Oil on canvas
Uppsala paintings - Gusten Widerbäck
Other conservation of paintings
1800th Tempera painting . Conservation
Cleaning - Anton Genberg
Retouching - Eugène Delacroix
Retouching - Girl
Other treatment examples:
Protection & proper hanging wire