Many collectors who buy art are largely unaware of how the ravages of time and light can do serious damage to their pieces, writes Ros Drinkwater
Few people who buy a painting ever stop to consider what exactly went into its physical genesis. For centuries, the preferred method was to apply a liquid substance to a solid surface, using a brush. But the precise liquid and precise surface can dramatically impact on the painting’s commercial...
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