Oil Painting Restoration

by Apr 28, 2022Restoration

Damaged oil painting for repair and cleaning

This very calming oil painting of a man and his dogs in the hills of Scotland was brought in for repair and cleaning. The images below show the painting as it was brought in, including a couple of close-ups and the finished and re-framed painting.

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