Case Studies

Water Damage to the Architecture Lunette at the RWA in Bristol

The RWA in Bristol is the home to four beautiful Lunettes painted by Walter Crane in 1906. The Lunettes depict Art, Craft, Sculpure and Architecture. During the recent refurbishment, Elizabeth Holford was asked to conserve and restore the Lunettes, which were in urgent need of treatment.

This case study looks at a section of the 'Architecture' Lunette. The wall behind the canavas had been severely damaged and needed to be rebuilt in order for the conservation and restoration of the Lunette to be completed.

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Scaffold Damage to the 'Battle of Agincourt' Mural at the Newport Civic Centre

The twelve murals at the Newport Civic Centre were painted by the German artist Hans Feibusch between 1961 and 1964, and depict the history of Newport from the Celts through to the building of the George Street Bridge in 1964.

This case study looks at the reconstruction of a small area to the 'Battle of Agincourt' Mural, which had been damaged by scaffolding.

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The Story of the 'Last Supper' of St. Mary's Church, Purton.

A rather interesting story of a painting stolen from a church in Wiltshire.

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RWA Photograph ©Christoph Oldenbourg. Newport Photograph ©Isabel Roger-Jones. The Last Supper Photograph