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restore

To return a structure to its original appearance,although the use of modern and updated materials may be employed.

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These paintings are from the Punjab Council of Arts and being restored by the restorers who attended that workshop,' said LAC Director Art and Culture Zulfiqar Ali.
On Wednesday Quest TV will launch their latest project on the Discovery Channel network called Salvage Hunters: The Restorers.
Terry (right) | and Chris Dean, from Meriden, are in the final of the UK's Restorer of the Year A FATHER and son who share a love of classic cars have reached the grand nal of a nationwide competition thanks to their latest labour of love.
Test cross programs help to identify maintainers as well as restorers. Maintainer lines are used for conversion into new CMS lines and restorer lines are subsequently used as male parent in hybrid development program.
Restorers believe that they might be able to bring to light extra sections of the original work now, and would possibly be able to provide further insights into Da Vinci's vision of the highly symbolic decoration
But the privilege of working on Bernini's sculptures was more than enough compensation for the challenge facing restorers, said Baltera.
Van Dykea[euro](tm)s Restorers provides home restoration products and supplies.
But earlier restorers were responsible for some of the damage inflicted on the frescoes.
Part of the Specialty Press 'Musclecar Tech' series, "Ford Mustang 1964 1/2-1973" by Pat Covert covers the finishes, materials, and parts for each year of the popular Mustang and enables dedicated restorers to bring their Mustang back to authentic, mint condition.
Never mind that we haven't seen her pick up a paintbrush during the entire picture or that "painter" seems to be the job description of many a generic female love interest these days (at least when they're in their twenties--to paraphrase Paul Rudnick, at 30 they become "art restorers" and at 40 they breeze into scenes exclaiming, "Tough day at the gallery").
The building's fifty year hiatus, which began in 1958 when its ferry service between Manhattan and Brooklyn was terminated due to lack of interest, presented far more ascetic challenges than restorers could imagine.