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Paint restoration is an activity linked to the maintenance, recovery, restoration and conservation of a piece of art, cultural heritage, monuments and historical artifacts which have a particular aesthetic value.

The study and recognition of the value of each work, its author, the historical and cultural context in which the work was created, is absolutely preparatory to any restoration work.


It was during the seventeenth century when manuals were spread about the preservation of paintings and frescoes, with the intention of bringing them back to their original state, in full splendor, and the archaeological discoveries between the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries favored the interest in ancient art and its conservation.

The original point of the pictorial restoration in Europe was established in Venice in the eighteenth century, thanks to the professional restorer Pietro Edwards.

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