News - Fall 2013
X-Rays for Art
Parma Conservation is proud to announce the addition of X-ray analysis to our conservation services.
Radiography is a valuable source of information in the examination of canvas and panel paintings, enabling one to "read" beneath the surface. Structural additions, pentimenti, false craquelure, overpaint and artists' technique are a few of the authenticating details X -rays can reveal. In dramatic cases, X-rays can even reveal a much older artwork painted beneath the surface.
Elizabeth Kendall, Director of Parma Conservation, has over 30 years experience in Italy and the US working on Old Masters' artwork and using x-rays for the examination of fine art.
For more information, contact Elizabeth Kendall at email@example.com or (312) 733-5178
Visit Parma's website at www.parmaconservation.com
DPR Art Rescue Expands to Connecticut and Ohio
We are proud to announce that DPR Art Rescue has set up agent offices in both Cleveland, Ohio and Baltic, Connecticut. DPR will be adding more agent offices soon to extend our national reach and lessen our response time to art world related disasters.
Visit DPR Art Rescue website at www.dprartrescue.com
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