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Quality Art Restoration is a process that should only be carried out by professional art restoration service and art restoration companies. Do not be afraid to ask for reference and previous art restoration work from any "Qualified" Art Restoration service or business. Like Art, art restoration is a highly skilled practice that takes years of experience, study and understanding for even the most simple of art work restoration needs. Quality Art Restoration is hidden behind the work of the men and women that repair the damage caused to a work of art, both by the course of time and the carelessness of the piece by the original owner. A true art restoration company believes that "Any restoration is founded on the practical principle that only the material of the work of art should be restored".

A work of art enbodies both an aesthetic reality and a historical one. While restoring a work of art one of these two aspects may require more attention than the other. Normally though, both realities have to be equally taken into consideration. Therefore, restoration must always respect the potential unity of the work of art without creating a fake and without erasing all the traces of the passage of time.

Punctures, tears, discolored varnish and flaking paint need not detract from the beauty of your painting. Conservation treatments will return your artwork to its original appearance. Paintings can be lined or patched to mend tears or to reattach loose and lifting paint. Grime, smoke or discolored varnish can be removed through a meticulous cleaning process. Losses can be compensated, filled in and retouched to perfectly match original art. Paintings on solid wood or metal supports, such as Russian icons, can also be treated.

Ornate gold leaf and painted frames can be cleaned of grime, smoke and residue. Conservation treatments include stabilization of substrate materials. Missing areas of ornament can be fabricated and re-gilded or retouched to cosmetically reintegrate the original surface and patina. Custom finishes are available from some art restoration companies and businesses. Browse by state for the best art restoration companies and art restoration services in the world. Email any questions to: support@artfortune.com



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