Here's What's Been Happening at Fogg Art!

May 28, 2019

Conserving the heritage of a family one painting at a time.

Three Years, three restored paintings to date...

More generations to come.

February 20, 2019

A gifted Maine artist (1892-1983)

Front Before

 Front After

 Back Before

 Back After

Some Important Details:

November 13, 2018

     An old and very dirty painting and frame came to

Fogg Art for restoration, damaged by the mold and moisture of several decades of poor storage in a barn.  Here are the results: 


"Finally got back East and saw t...

October 17, 2018

19th Century needlework tapestry

and its original custom crafted frame

with historical significance.

 Fogg Art Restoration conserved and restored the frame.

The frame was cleaned, rebuilt and the structure strengthened. Missing ornament was

recreated and replaced.

The surfac...

October 2, 2018

She turned 60.

A heart warming story of a woman and a painting.

Earlier this year a woman came to us with a 26 x 44 Romantic, Hudson River Style oil painting. It was detached from the stretcher bars, had a number of scratches and small punctures, most of the paint was go...

September 25, 2018

Stay Tuned...

September 11, 2018

 If it is important to you,

It is important to us.

"Again thank you doesn’t begin to tell you how much we appreciate the work you did on the gnomes.  We will forever be grateful to you."

                                                              Mr. & Mrs. Moody, Maine...

August 22, 2018

    On a winter day in January, while our clients were away on holiday, a robbery occured. This painting was dropped in the snow and for whatever reason, left outside the back door by the perpetrators. 

  Recovered by law enforcement, returned to the...

August 14, 2018

We recently repaired this piece by Barbizon School artist Karl P. Daubigny. 

Before Treatment:

 Damaged Paint Layer Filled, Prior to In- Painting:

 Frame and painting repair completed:


August 7, 2018

We received a project to conserve a ship model, we were to repair areas where the pine knots had bled through the paint layer, touch up the rigging and clean up the damaged frame. The main focus was to make it appear as if it were in an unrepaired state.


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