335 Year Old Painting Restored at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in 10 months

Everhard Jabach and His Family was painted by Charles Le Brun and finished in 1660. The portrait was covered in a badly tinted varnish, had multiple superficial scratches...

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Everhard Jabach and His Family was painted by Charles Le Brun and finished in 1660. The portrait was covered in a badly tinted varnish, had multiple superficial scratches and structural damage had split the painting nearly in half.  it took a period of over ten months to retouching, structural work, re-varnishing, and numerous other conservation techniques to bring this giant...

Removing 200 Years Old Yellow Varnish From 399 Year Old Painting

Art dealer Philip Mould shared  an incredible restoration of an oil painting on twitter which was covered in varnish for the last 200 years. After...

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Art dealer Philip Mould shared  an incredible restoration of an oil painting on twitter which was covered in varnish for the last 200 years. After restoring it with a mixture of gel and solvent, Philip left viewers amazed. “A remarkable Jacobean re-emergence after 200 years of yellowing varnish,” he wrote on Twitter. “The painting was originally in...

Restoring a 355 Years Old Painting at the Metropolitan Museum of Art

Everhard Jabach and His Family is a painting, that was painted by Charles Le Brun’s. It was finished in 1660. In 2015 it was hanging in the...

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Everhard Jabach and His Family is a painting, that was painted by Charles Le Brun’s. It was finished in 1660. In 2015 it was hanging in the Metropolitan Museum of Art. It was in need of a little bit of, um, reviving. The Met guides us through as it restores the giant piece of art and shows the steps...

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