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Who we Are

Our conservators possess expertise in different fields like oil painting conservation, conservation of murals, paper, prints and manuscripts, art objects, textiles, carpets, furniture etc. Their expertise is backed by constant and ongoing research into developing safer methods of treatment to evolve better techniques for the preservation of aged heirlooms

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Priya Kapoor: Director

Ms Priya Kapoor is proprietor of International Heritage Conservation. She is also research fellow , pursuing PhD in “Storage Design and Preservation of Organic Artifacts in Tropical Climate” at National Museum Institute, M.A in Conservation & Restoration of works of Art from National Museum Institute of History of Art, Museology and Conservation, New Delhi, and B.F.A in Sculpture (Gold Medalist) from Government College of Art, Chandigarh,

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Featured Project: Project with Austrian Embassy

The Austrian embassy was renovated in 2009. All the art works were removed from the current location. Artworks required restoration were done under my supervision which includes restoration of Picchwai on Cloth, size 14X20 feet. The Picchwai was previously hung on curtain hooks and was distorted. It was spoilt with incrustations in number of area and big holes on the lower part. Due to uneven hanging for long time it was sagging and the damages were extended.

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+91 93501 17885
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C-17, 3rd Floor,
East of Kailash,
New Delhi 110065

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