Shared January 13, 2020
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Everybody loves a big painting, in fact one of my professors once said that "big isn't better, it's just better." And he meant that even if the painting is banal and about something uninteresting like shoe laces, if it's big it commands attention and must be reckoned with.
Luckily this big painting isn't boring or banal, but it is big. And as any painting gets larger the complexity of a conservation does as well. From the duration any one procedure takes, to the equipment required to treat the painting and even little things like handling become obstacles that must be overcome.
Thus far most of the videos address smaller works that never face these challenges. I wanted to take the opportunity to show how a conservation changes as the scale does.
The Conservation of George Inness' "The Roman Campagna"
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Japanology Plus - School Satchels
17th-century dress recovered from shipwreck
Misty Forest STEP by STEP Acrylic Painting Tutorial (ColorByFeliks)
Restoration Hammer Drill USA Old | Restore Drill Electric Large Capacity Max
Bob Ross - Winter Frost (Season 10 Episode 12)
Saving Oriental rug from the dumpster
Dining Table Made From Pallets!
Discontinued Snack Taste Test
Conservation of a crocodile mummy
Buying a Knockoff of My Own Dress: An Educated Roast (actual fire used for Scientific Purposes)
Fine Art Conservation - The Retouching Process Narrated
The Restoration of Ave Maria Narrated Version
Ferragamo Loafer Restoration | Total Transformation From Trash to Brand New
1930 Vintage Coin Bank Restoration