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Posted By retro iconic     December 2, 2021    

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There are all kinds of damage, including minor scrapes or major tears. Artwork Archive reached Andrei Givotovsky (owner of Art Restoration NYC) for help.

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David Paul Kay was helped to restore his painting to the world of. To learn more about restoration and what to expect if your art is damaged,

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Document the damage. Document it again.


It is essential to take photos in detail of the damage and then write down the specifics. A database like



Artwork Archive can help you keep your detailed reports and photos of damage in order. It also provides a comprehensive archive.



A brief overview of the complete life history of an art work.



Photos of the damaged areas will be required by any restoration company you choose to employ. A lot of restorers require this documents to give an estimate.



If you plan to make a claim, you must contact the insurance company.

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