Art Conservation and Restoration Treatment
Deterioration due to age is a fact of life with all physical objects as it is with artwork. Deterioration is constant, relentless and ongoing and the struggle against it must be continuous as well. Conservation treatment is a way by which we can slow down this deterioration and attempt to preserve the cultural significance of art objects for the benefit of present and future generations.
Paintings are composed of several components, made of various materials. Most painting supports are usually made of woven fabric, cotton or linen, or sometimes wooden panels or other materials could be used.
Documents, posters, maps, drawings, and prints are among the many are objects classified as works on paper. In addition to providing treatment for works on paper for damage and deterioration, we can provide recommendations to preserve it and display it correctly.