conservation

 

Join Collections Conservator Alice Tate-Harte as she works to restore Titian's 'Orpheus Enchanting the Animals' from the Wellington Collection at London's Apsley House. Discover what…

It may be time to update your bucket list. This week UNESCO (The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization ) designated 29 new World Heritage Sites. They include natural and…

The NMAI welcomes Geoff Gaunt, Owner of Providence Picture Frame & Dryden Gallery, to our 2019 Summer Lecture Series to educate our audience about the delicate art of framing and conservation…

July 20 will mark the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 mission this month, and preparations to celebrate this historic moment are underway across the country. But this anniversary is perhaps felt…

The beautiful Ardabil Carpet is one of the most important objects in the V&A’s Middle Eastern Collection, and the centrepiece of our Jameel Gallery of Islamic art. As the world’s oldest dated…

Conservators at the Gemeentemuseum in The Hague made a surprising and valuable discovery recently while doing some routine restoration work. To prepare…

You’d expect that the suit used to protect Neil Armstrong from the harsh atmosphere of the moon would endure a little wear and tear. But it may surprise you that nearly 30 years in a display case…

A painting long believed to be a skillful imitation of a masterpiece by Botticelli has been revealed to be from the studio of the man himself – all through clever uses of conservation science.…