Before Conservation. Notice the foxing, discolouration and exposure lines.
Here at Martin West Bespoke Art Services we work only with the leading conservators and restorers in the UK.
Our paper conservator was a British Museum Conservation Officer in the Department of Western Pictorial Art and is proficient in the conservation and restoration of:
Old Master Prints and Drawings with a wide experience of working on 19th Century Prints, Watercolours and Drawings.
Miniatures on Ivory and Copper.
Pastels and Chalk Drawings.
Modern works of art including Inkjet Prints.
Textiles and various Mixed Media, Parchment and Wax.
Client's include Alan Cristea, The Mayor Gallery, Bernard Jacobson Galleries and major historical institutions.
Our ceramics restorer spent 17 years at the British Museum and was Chief Conservation Officer in the Ceramics Department and is highly skilled in the following areas:
Ceramics (including Decorative Tiles).
Glass and Enamels (as in Jewellery and miniatures).
Tortoiseshell, Ivory,Papier-Mache, Treen, Antique Fans and Fabric Artefacts from Pre-History to Present Time.
Our Courtauld Institute trained and National Trust Accredited oil restorer's between them have many years experience at the highest end of the art restoration industry working for many museums and galleries including:
The Royal Academy of Arts
The National Portrait Gallery
The National Gallery
The Royal Collection Trust
The National Trust