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PAINTINGS CONSERVATION AND RESTORATION

The studio provides museum standard conservation treatments on paintings from early fifteenth century to the present day. Each project is treated individually. We aim to make paintings structurally secure and to regain their integrity through a sympathetic and informed approach. Equipped with up to date knowledge of conservation methods and using high-grade reversible materials, we aim to minimize the object’s deterioration whilst reviving its aesthetic qualities. Art historical and technical research can be carried out to inform treatment.


The studio works closely with professionally trained liners, panel specialists, paper conservators and framers to address the need of any art work

Conservation framing is carried out based on the painting’s needs, ensuring that the object’s future deterioration is diminished. Frame restoration is subcontracted to a specialist workshop.

We advise on preventive conservation, storage and transportation of paintings and frames.

Written condition reports with digital images can be provided for public collections and private clients, including options for the art work’s long-term preservation and conservation costs.

Condition checking is carried out for both individual works and large collections, for the purposes of acquisition, sale, monitoring paintings during national and international loans, insurance and risk assessment. Expert advice is given about paintings’ condition for clients wishing to invest in art. Estimates are not charged for.










After Michiel Jansz. van Mierevelt “Maurice Prince of Orange”, c. 1600
Oil on panel, private collection










Unknown artist, English school “Earl of Lincoln”, c. 1600
Oil on panel, private collection










Unknown artist, Northern European school “William Drummond of Hawthornden”, c. 1600
Oil on panel, private collection










Van Dyck (in the style of?) “James Graham 1st Marques of Montrose”, 1670s
Oil on canvas, private collection










William Peters RA “Lady Wright with Child”, 1772
Oil on canvas, private collection










Unknown artist, English school “Portrait of a servant with a scythe”, c. 1700
Oil on canvas, private collection










Unknown artist, English school “Portrait of a servant with a scythe”, c. 1700
Oil on canvas, private collection










Unknown artist, English school “Portrait of a servant with a dog”, c. 1700
Oil on canvas, private collection










Frederick Richard Say “Edward Turner Boyd Twisleton”, 1850
Oil on canvas, private collection










Helen Donald-Smith “Admiral Sir George Elliot”, 1892
Oil on canvas, private collection










Unknown artist “Augusta Lady Saye & Sele”, 19th century
Oil on canvas, private collection










Unknown artist “John Fiennes, 17th Baron Saye & Sele”, 19th century
Oil on canvas, private collection










Matthys Schoevaerts c.1665 – 1694 “Coastal scene with figures, sailing boats and tower”
Oil on panel, private collection








Jacopo Tintoretto "Apollo and Diana killing the children of Niobe", c. 1545
Oil on panel, The Courtauld Gallery
(supervised by Courtauld Department of Conservation and Technology)










Jacopo Tintoretto "Apollo and Diana killing the children of Niobe", c. 1545
Oil on panel, The Courtauld Gallery
(supervised by Courtauld Department of Conservation and Technology)










Russian Orthodox Icon, c.18th century
Tempera on wooden panel, private collection









Russian Orthodox Icon, c.18th century
Tempera on wooden panel, private collection










Unknown artist "Château de Chillon", c.19th century
Oil on paper, private collection










T. Colleman, 20th century
Oil on canvas, private collection









Henry Morland "Portrait of Field Marshall Lord Ligonier, R.H.G.", c. late 1700
 Oil on canvas, private collection








Henry Morland "Portrait of Field Marshall Lord Ligonier, R.H.G.", c. late 1700
 Oil on canvas, private collection


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