Paper, being easily accessible, has been widely used as a support for artworks such as watercolors, pastels, drawings, photographs and all kinds of art prints. Therefore, paper based art restoration varies considerably due to the variety of medium and types of ink used, with watercolor being the most delicate due to the nature of its components.
Nonetheless, there is a wide range of conservation and restoration treatments available, for watercolors as for paper based art in general, and each type of damage has its own set of procedures.
The following are some examples of damage that most often occurs on watercolors and paper based art:
- Water damage
- Fly speck
- Paper loss
- Loss of ink and color
We are happy to provide quotes via email so that you have a general idea of potential fees for your project. We also have a pick up and delivery service for your fine art and can arrange for an onsite quotation for larger collections.
*PIECES OF ART SHOWCASED IN THIS GALLERY ARE PROPERTY OF THEIR ORIGINAL CREATORS & LICENSORS
DADASHI ART GALLERY ASKED FOR PERMISSION FROM LICENSEES TO DISPLAY THE RESTORATION PROCESSES AND IS PROTECTED UNDER COPYRIGHT LAW 17 U.S.C. § 106 AND 17 U.S.C. § 106A ‘FAIR USE’