Angela Geary Fine Art Restoration provides comprehensive restoration and conservation services for paintings, drawings, prints, frames and decorative fine art to a broad range of clients. Work can be carried out in situ or in our studio based in the City of Wells in the South West of England.
We provide condition appraisals, technical examinations and estimates for recommended conservation work, including consultation prior to a potential purchase. Free initial consultation and quotations are available on request. Site visits to assess damage can also be arranged for those needing an expert report for insurance purposes. Please don’t hesitate to contact us if you need urgent advice for a recently damaged artwork.
We currently serve private clients and museums in Wiltshire, Somerset, Dorset, Devon, Cornwall and London. Our London based clients can benefit from our monthly consultation visits to London and the South East. Initial consultations are free and we offer fully insured artwork return transportation at preferential rates.
Angela Geary BA (Hons.) MA PhD (RCA), studio director, has over 20 years of experience in fine art restoration and conservation. Angela holds an MA in Conservation, Following which, she was awarded a two year internship position at Tate Britain. She subsequently gained a PhD in conservation research from the Royal College of Art in London. Having previously run a successful practice in central London, she has established a studio in the South West of England.
Her experience encompasses a broad range of artifacts and historical periods from the Gothic to the present day. Artists whose works she has treated include Marc Rothko, Pablo Picasso, J. S. Sargent, Eugéne Boudin, Thomas Gainsborough and William Hogarth. Angela Geary is a member of the Guild of Master Craftsmen and the Institute of Conservation (ICON).