Surface cleaning of dirt, smoke, and the accumulated unwanted “Stuff” that adheres to the surface of an oil painting. Original varnish removal, over time, varnish begins to darken, ‘it’s as if you are viewing the painting though amber-brown tinted glasses’. Combined with the accumulation of years of dirt, smoke and grime, the result is a painting that has become dark with many details obscured or lost. The repair and stabilisation of the picture support i.e. Wood panel, metal, paper, cardboard, composition board and canvas, professional picture restoration by painting restorer Alan Brown
My Grandfather's portrait fell off the wall and got damaged. I have collected the painting today and it looks superb. Better than I could have imagined and the frame is complete again and golden. really pleased with this service. Very happy to recommend.
I took in an old family painting with a rip in the canvass and looking rather sad. Collected it today and was amazed at how much Alan had achieved. No tear and much more vibrant, much as I remember as a child.
Looking forward to many more years of admiring the painting on the wall.
Well worth the time spent on it, thanks.
Excellent Work! Alan reframed a piece I had purchased, giving it a modern frame and replacing the broken glass. It looks exactly how I imagined it to look, and I would 100% recommend. Also very well packaged and fast shipping! Thank you very much.
Thank you Mr Brown for your hard work. We are now able to enjoy the 6 paintings, that you have restored, as they should be. I never thought that anyone could do what you have, they are a joy to look at. I cannot praise your work highly enough. Anyone looking for a top quality restorer need look no further that you. I came to you through your online reviews and am so pleased that I did, they are spot on.