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Treatment: Portrait of Marie-Antoinette
Before and after treatment, above. Our client’s framed oil painting of Marie-Antoinette fell off the wall and was scraped in two dozen areas. Luckily there were no punctures, but a half-dozen dents or serious scraps created a need for wax/resin … Continue reading
Posted in antiques, art, conservation techniques, decorative motifs, Interim Report, painted objects, process, reparation, reproduction, restoration techniques Tagged #ÉlisabethVigéeLeBrun, #gamblinartistcolors, #gamblinoilpaint, #MarieAntoinette, #pacificnorthwest, #paintconservation, #PigmentedWaxResin, #portlandoregon, #studentcopy, Élisabeth Vigée Le Brun, Marie-Antoinette, Pigmented Wax/Resin 2 Comments