Artworks are inherently different objects that compose of synthetic chemicals as well as biological matter. Therefore, they require special attention for their upkeep and maintenance. If, on account of unforeseen and unfortnate reason, an artwork is physically damaged, its aesthetic & commercial values will be adversely affected. This is where trained conservators are needed.

Why Conserve An Artwork?

Restore & revive

Restore & revive the
aesthetics an artwork

There can be nothing more unfortunate than a valuable artwork being damaged due to unforeseen circumstances. Such artworks, their aesthetic value too suffers consequent deterioration. Conservative processes expertly executed by trained professionals can help restore and revive the visual quality and aesthetic quotient of an artwork.

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Protecting art from time
related & other damages

Various factors such time-related deterioration of natural pigments used in the artwork, chemical reactions of the artworks media with its surrounding environment conditions, as well as physical conditions can cause permanent damage to the artwork. Preventive conservation not only protects the works from such damage but also ensures longetivity of the work.

Safeguard the value

Safeguard the value of
the art estate

Artworks damaged due to climatic or physical conditions suffer losses in the fair market value as well. Appropriately undertaken scientific conservative & restorative processes can not only bring back most of the lost value but also protect them from future damage. Along with services for conservation, we also help ascertain the artwork's value - more information on it can be found here.

Our Conservation Process

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Phase 1

Inspection

As the first step of a conversvation or restoration process of the artwork, our team will undertake a detailed physical inspection to survey each item. This includes:

  • Extent of impact of biological, physical, and chemical means
  • Assessment of prior treatments undertaken on the artwork for corrective actions
  • Scientific & artistic assessment of artwork with photographic recording for next steps
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Phase 2

Treatment

The next stage involves scientific and artistic procedures for the appropriate treatment to conserve or restore the artwork or artifact, as needed. In doing so, we use:

  • Trained and certified conservators and restorers with experience in various mediums
  • Trained fine-artists who understand the nuances of art as well as conservation
  • Scientific practicies that are globally recognised as industry best practices
  • Non-invasive and non-harmful chemicals that are certified for the purpose
  • Reversible processes that attain a near-original state and still can be reversed if needed
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Phase 3

Documentation

As the final step we consolidate our findings and treament processes undertaken, for future reference, into detailed documentation that includes:

  • Existing issues, damages to artwork, as well as potential concerns that may arise
  • Details about processes executed including chemicals and pigments used in the process
  • Instructions for further physical care and upkeep of the conserved artwork or artifact

To know more about how we can help in conservation your collection, please feel free to download our firm profile or
contact us.

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To be honest, there is a lot that we really do; and it would have been just too much to put down all of it here. But we understand art. So we know that things can be unique and might need to be customized at times. The same can be the case with what you need help with.

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