We care for works of art across time, cultures, generations and geographies.

Works from the 14th to the 21st centuries are treated in our New York, Los Angeles, and Miami | Palm Beach studios.

We are committed to the care of your paintings

ArtCare conservators examine and perform treatment on a triptych

Through the selection of appropriate materials and procedures, each painting is approached with respect to its physical and aesthetic needs. We handle a broad range of condition problems found in paintings in a variety of supports and media: canvas, panel, and mural paintings in tempera, oil, acrylic, buon fresco, and fresco secco. Works from the 14th to the 21st centuries are treated in our New York, Los Angeles, and Miami | Palm Beach studios.

Working with Institutions

Paintings Conservator, Bitzy Couling, prepares chemical solutions under a fume hood

A sustainable approach

We understand that art conservation can be daunting. This is no surprise when you consider that our skills are often required due to unfortunate events.

We strive to be part of the solution in the fight against climate change. At ArtCare, we actively mitigate our own impacts by offsetting our carbon footprint through partnership with Carbonfund.org – an environmental program that works in compliance with the UN Sustainable Development Goals.

We aim to make the process of conserving your precious works of art as easy as possible. Whether you are a museum, gallery, private collector or you’re an intermediary in the insurance industry, we’re the people to talk to if you want to bring life back to paintings and objects.

We’re highly experienced in both the practical aspects of conservation and at navigating the paperwork, such as complex insurance claims. Rest easy in the knowledge that we work closely with loss adjusters and appraisers and work with many affiliates within our industry, ensuring that our clients have a smooth experience.

At the end of the day, we’re driven by a simple, shared objective: we are passionate about preserving and sustaining artwork for generations to come.

Paintings Conservator, Bitzy Couling, performs conservation treatment

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