Art and Conservation LLC provides conservation services for private clients as well as national and international art conservation companies. Dana Saxerud, principal of Art and Conservation has restored over 500 significant easel paintings by artists such as Salvador Dali, Henry Rousseau, Roy Lichtenstein and Gilbert Stuart.
Ms. Saxerud is honored to have provided conservation work for The White House, The National Portrait Gallery, Smithsonian Institute, Library of Congress, The State Department, and many museums, galleries and private collections.
This 16th century oil on wood panel, attributed to ter Borch (c.1668), was cracked through the center with extensive losses throughout. The image was restored with careful inpainting under magnification.
This Pre-Raphaelite painting required cleaning and consolidation of loose paint, relining, inpainting and reconstruction of missing areas to bring back the original image.
Drying cracks running throughout the design obscured the details in this painting. Cleaning and detailed inpainting restored the original image.
Extensive damage and paint loss on this 19th Century panel painting were restored with inpainting and hand varnishing.
This portrait was saved from a fire. Old surface varnish and overpaint took most of the damage, but heavy paint loss remained. Extensive inpainting was required to reconstruct areas of missing paint.
Extensive cleaning and relining was required to save this 1901 painting from water damage. The painting was cleaned and missing paint was restored.
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