Condition Reporting

Our condition reports are produced by highly qualified conservators with years of experience in specific materials. If required, we will supervise on-site your artwork to provide you with accurate and expedient information about the object.

Documentation is essential for provenance purposes and may accompany the artwork in its future exhibitions or sales.

Our team includes specialists in paintings, ceramics, sculpture, works on paper, prints, photographs, and contemporary art. We also offer condition reports that include fully detailed recommendations for treatment, treatment reports and recommendations for further material and photographic analysis.

Detailed documentation is essential for creating a comprehensive condition report. A formal report is prepared based on the findings of the assessment.

Tailored to suit your needs

All the information is presented in a clear, concise, easy to use format. We offer the following condition reports:

  • Pre-Acquisition Condition Report: These provide the prospect buyer deeper insight on the conservation, storage, exhibition, packing, mounting, and framing requirements, as well information about the artist, title, date, medium based on observation, dimensions (object, mounting, frame, grid) written description of the object, photographs, condition map and/or diagrams highlighting the specific areas of concern.
  • Condition Report: we offer condition reports for paintings, paper and book, sculptures, frames, time-based media, photographs, and other artifacts. This report addresses the in depth the objects’ conservation condition and describes the required treatment, if any.

All objects have tailored reports, the extent of which will change according to the level of work needed.

Restoration condition report

Upon request by the client, a comprehensive record of the restoration process will be furnished, documenting the materials used, techniques applied, accompanying images, and any alterations made to the artwork. Our skilled conservators adhere strictly to established ethical and professional standards throughout the restoration process.

If you have a project in mind, or would like more information