Painting Conservation, Part 8

At the end of last year I filled the areas of loss in the tears on Jackson’s ‘Boats on the Shore’ with a proprietary filler which is easily reversible. (The tears were above the rock on the right.) 

 

I then retouched the areas of filling using dry pigments in a medium. See below: 

This work was completed in December 2010.

The frame is in very poor condition and I’ll be working on that in 2011 and re-uniting it with the picture.

Jill

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Posted on 07/02/2011, in Conservation and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.

  1. Look forward to seing the progress!

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