“Tony’s certified appraisals and approach to fine art restoration are always done with true professionalism and the highest standards of the industry.” - Joseph Nolan, Nolan-Rankin Galleries

Restoration combines science, craftsmanship and historical knowledge.

Restoration involves the preserving and restoration of art including works on canvas, paper and wood, for the benefit of future generations. In addition restoration can include art pieces that are three dimensional. This combines science, craftsmanship, and historical knowledge. Technology is an important part of restoration. Ultra violet light, magnification, and computers, as well as chemical analyses are some of the tools used in restoration work. Dr. Loro’s restorations have included art affected by age, fire, or other damages. The services carried out have ranged from private individuals to corporations and churches.

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