The finest quality of archival materials is absolutely necessary when preparing items for long-term storage. In this newsletter, learn more about how to create a secure storage, the three step procedure our conservators used in restoring an outdoor fresco, the favorable treatment used to conserve a Picasso and the stabilization process when working with a puzzling three-dimensional object.
Proper conservation is necessary in order to avoid deterioration and stabilize the overall artifact. In this newsletter, we inform our readers about the challenges we faced in an architectural restoration project, in the stabilization of flaking paint and in protecting pieces from damages caused from improper mounting.
The following articles describe the procedures our conservators used to treat an expressive painting and to repair the slightest tears and distortion of a historic woodblock print.