The world of mouldings does not have to be either ugly, nor boring, nor tacky, nor bulky, nor expensive depending on the needs.
We talk a lot about buying art but, and then, what to do with it? We go down the street, we see establishments of frames and frames without a soul, we are not awakened by interest to enter any, and laziness makes us have the work without framing at home months and months. But the world of mouldings does not have to be either ugly, nor boring, nor tacky, nor bulky, nor expensive depending on the needs. Some professionals that work on picture framing Sydney are dedicated meet the conservation requirements that it presents depending on its nature. Because, let’s not forget, in addition to decorating the frame of a job helps to keep it in optimal conditions.
This is the case of Heir of Crispin, a study of framing and restoration of works of art located in Madrid directed by Juan Carlos Fernandez. One of those places where they help and advise you. “After several years in this world, I needed to give free rein to my interests and curiosities in the world of the frame, especially in the development and recovery of ancient techniques. It’s always good to look back; there’s a lot to revisit and reinterpret. ” Thus, Crispin’s Heir has recovered the technique of framing with paper, emerged in the nineteenth century associated with the world of photography, and later in Spain was used much at the beginning of the twentieth century and in the postwar period for its economy. According to Fernandez, for the conservation of artistic works on paper, the use of suitable materials is significant: conservation or quality museum passepartouts, acid-free adhesives,