Repairing a damaged painting

by Mar 16, 2020Restoration

Sometimes when clients bring in damaged paintings we learn how the damage occurred, other times we are left to guess. This one left us guessing. There were multiple spots on the canvas where the paint had been chipped off each need re-painting (touching up). As well as detailed work the whole painting was cleaned and reframed.

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