It is required when a work of art is particularly damaged by deep abrasions, ripped parts of canvas, orifices, holes and missing parts.
A restoration also applies when a work of art is weakened and degraded by the action of moulds, larvae or parasites, and when it became not readable as a consequence of the oxidation and aging of the protection materials that cover the pictorial surface. Then one can proceed to a restoration whose objectives are:
• Remove and excise the contaminating factors which caused the degradation.
• Heal and restore the mechanical and structural function of the materials that compose the work of art.
• Rebuild the correct readability of the artistic figuration by cleaning the painted surface and its pictorial restoration.

Reversibility of every intervention is our main objective. The materials, carefully chosen in every operational phase, are always compatible with those that constitute the work of art.