Consultancy is an important aspect of our work; prospective clients often need to know exactly what is possible and the best way to achieve it. On many occasions extensive testing and preparatory work must be undertaken. Our expert team is able to draw upon the expertise of several specialist authorities, including Catherine Hassall of University College London, Dr. Phil Shaw of Middlesex University and the Courtauld Institute of Great Britain.
The studio which will handle your restoration requirements is equipped with the largest vacuum operated hot table in private hands within Europe; thus ensuring that lining and indeed all aspects of the conservation process are undertaken 'in house' and never sub-contracted. Maintaining total control of all phases of the restoration process, from receiving the painting into our Broadway Gallery, to completion and eventual return to its owner.
A team of internationally trained staff ensure that only the highest possible standards are achieved in order to meet the demands of a discerning client base. These include galleries and collectors in Great Britain, the USA, Australia, Germany, Holland, Greece and the Middle East. In addition, the collections within many of England's famous country houses Haynes Fine Art has been at the forefront of painting conservation and restoration for more than twenty-five years.
Three thousand square feet of studio are dedicated to the preservation, conservation and restoration of many of the world's greatest works of art dating from the 19th century to the present day. These have included works by Lucas Cranach, Cuyp, Holbien, Van Dyke, Reynolds, Gainsborough, Joseph Wright of Derby, Etty, Pissarro, Seurat, Van Gogh, Picasso, Ernst, Francis Bacon and Keith Harring - each and every painting being treated with the care, devotion and respect they so clearly deserve.