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Conservation Treatment for the City of St. Petersburg

A beloved WPA mural hanging for more than sixty years on the walls of St. Pete's City Hall, and is undergoing a treatment by the Rustin Levenson Art Conservation crew.

 

When completed, the canvas will have been properly re-attached to the wall along the bottom and the corners. After removing surface grime with PH balanced aqueous solutions with chelating agents, the areas of flaking paint and paint losses will be retouched.

Readying the Amelia Pelaez Exhibit and the PAMM Permanent Collection for the grand opening on DEC. 4th

Pérez Art Museum Miami officially opens December 4th!! All of us here at RLACA are thrilled to be a part of this historic event. Please visit www.pamm.org for more information.

 

Seeing Through Paintings: Dahesh Museum of Art Salon Thursday, November 7th, 2013

In the informal setting of the Museum’s gift shop, Rustin Levenson gave an illustrated talk about what a conservator does and what conservators, and others, can learn from observations of an artist’s technique and choice of materials.  Using selected examples from the collection of the Dahesh Museum of Art as well as other museum, the audience gained insight into the fascinating but often mysterious world of paintings conservation. The talk was followed by a book signing.

 

 

MOBIA and the Dahesh Museum of Art November 7th

 

 

MOBIA and the Dahesh Museum of Art present lectures on related themes in conjunction with the exhibition, Sacred Visions: Nineteenth-Century Biblical Art from the Dahesh Museum Collection.
 

Dahesh Salon Thursdays

Lecture: Seeing through Paintings

Thursday, November 7, 2013
6:30 pm

Touching Up a Merry Old Soul

Don't miss the article written by Ralph Gardner Jr. of the Wall Street Journal on the Restoration of a Maxfield Parrish Painting at the St. Regis

Here is the link :

http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424127887324549004579063281961456874.html

 

 

Home Again After A Thorough RLACA Treatment

 

Maxfield Parrish’s most celebrated work, “The Pied Piper of Hamelin” has received the royal treatment.

Lecturing the Mellon Fellows at Rutgers' Zimmerli Museum

Rustin Levenson gave a lecture to the Mellon Fellows at Rutgers University's Zimmerli Museum of Art. Here is Rustin with a Marsden Hartley painging, demonstrating the process of condition checking.

 

 

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