Established in 1907, the fine art conservation department at Lowy has a long history of preserving historic and artistic works of art. The painting and paper conservation studios treat works of art from all periods from old masters to contemporary works.
Artist's regularly treated include French Impressionists such as Renoir, Monet and Degas; American Painters and Illustrators such as Sargent, Chase, Rockwell and Parrish; Nineteenth Century American Landscape painters including Church, Cole and Bierstadt; and Twentieth Century masters such as O'Keefe, De Kooning and Rothko.
At Lowy, the original intent of the artist is first and foremost. We are committed to the preservation of art using principles of minimal invasion employing the most advanced materials and techniques. All materials utilized offer long-term stability and are easily reversible and compatible with the original artwork.
Lowy is dedicated to innovation, problem solving and research. Our conservators remain informed of the latest developments in the field of fine art conservation, regularly attending seminars and conferences as well as performing independent research in related areas of conservation science, techniques and materials of individual artists. As members of the American Institute for Conservation and the International Institute for Conservation, Lowy remains associated with the finest technical resources, libraries and experts in the art world. We meet all of your conservation needs with museum quality care.