Painting conservation

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The Expulsion Of Adam and Eve from Eden, fresco before and after restoration.
detail- after restoration
detail- before restoration

Painting conservation is the art and science of conserving and restoring paintings to their original or a near-original state. This may include "resetting" a painting if it is set on damaged wood. Also "relining" the painting: attaching a new canvas to the back of the painting, if the original canvas is too fragile or damaged.

Art Restoration, Painting and Frame Restoration, before and after.

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