Oil paintings should be varnished about a year after completion. That varnish should be removed and revarnished about every thirty years, depending on the painting's history. After many years, the canvas can become dried out and brittle, especially the edges that wrap around the stretcher. When this happens we usually reline the canvas. That means we adhere new canvas or linen to the old canvas. If the stretcher is bad or warped, we make a new one before stretching it again. If the painting has missing paint, our trained artist will fill it like body work and then repaint missing imagery, dry it and varnish over it.
At Claude Gallery we have been doing painting restoration for 60 years. We give our customers great satisfaction, excellent results and at a very good price. Call today for a free consultation!
Claude Gallery Frames
Factory and show room:
282 Main Street
Eastchester, NY 10709
Phone: 914 779 8822
Old Greenwich, Connecticut
Office: 914 258 5582
Arthur Walker direct:
|Monday||10:00 AM - 03:00 PM|
|Tuesday - Saturday||10:00 AM - 05:00 PM|
|If you would like to make an appointment outside our business hours please call Arthur Walker at 914-258-5582|
We are now open for new business hours, but also offer drop off and pick up appointments.
You can drop your job off in our foyer and it will be brought into our show room in minutes.
For later hours and appointments, call Artie Walker: 914 258 5582
We do close for
so call ahead.
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