Monthly Archives: November 2013

Maynard Dixon Painting Restoration, Art Conservation

Recently, a wonderful cowboy painting by Maynard Dixon was rediscovered after being hid away from the public for the last 110 years. It was found by super sluth art dealer Steven Stern Fine Arts. Here is a quick 2min. video … Continue reading

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Military Memorabilia of WW II – Artwork from the Coast Guard

By Scott M. Haskins, Art Conservator Recently we received a contract from the United States Coast Guard to first consult with them about the needs of a collection of 29 works of art on paper then to do the art … Continue reading

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Rembrandt’s “Night Watch” is NOT the correct name!!!

Some of you may remember that Rembrandt’s Night Watch was damaged by a vandal with a knife a number of years ago. The art conservation of the damaged masterpiece made for a very interesting documentary (if you understand Dutch!) in … Continue reading

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