picture conservation, watercolour restoration, victorian watercolours, painting restoration.

The rise in popularity of watercolour painting in Britain coincided with the availability of new commercial painting products. Artists’ colour men, the retailers of art materials during the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, were mostly based in London and vied for the attentions of amateur and professional artists alike. The emphasis of the products was on convenience (such as the new watercolour boards which lent themselves to outdoor sketching) and the permanence of pigments, for which inve[..]

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The Linden Hall Antiques and Fine Art Fair

We are delighted to invite you to the Linden Hall Antiques and Fine Art Fair 2013 please see the details below :-The Linden Hall Antiques and Fine Art FairLinden HallLonghorsley, Nr MorpethNorthumberland NE65 8XF8–10 March 2013Friday 11.00–6.00Saturday 10.30–6.00Sunday 10.30–5.00http://www.lindenhallfair.com/[..]

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