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restorer

[ri′stȯr·ər]
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Contractor address : Beier, Friend And Cooler Restorers Partnership
"View of the Sea at Scheveningen" was damaged during the heist, with a "substantial bit of paint missing in the left-hand corner", the Van Gogh museum said."Congregation leaving the Reformed Church at Nuenen" was barely damaged, but restorers had to remove an ageing and yellowing layer of varnish, probably applied by Van Gogh himself.
"The Restorers" are partnering with several non-governmental organizations in their mission to eradicate FGM.
The workshop was a collaborative effort between the Lahore Arts Council and the Danish Center for Culture and Development and introduced many restorers.
ARTISAN restorers from North Wales are set to be seen by millions of people across the globe in a brand new TV show.
Stanley Bynon, FABPR, established H.S.Bynon & Son Picture Restorers, located on Grainger Street (and later on the Cloth Market), and became one of the few founding members of The Association of British Picture Restorers.
is year's Practical Classics Restoration & Classic Car Show has doubled in size and will include a expert advice, live demonstrations, a trader village, autojumble, specialist restorers and Silverstone Auction's project and classic car sale.
The use of cytoplasmic male sterility system in developing hybrids in crops is possible only when effective maintainers and restorers are identified.
Washington, October 29 ( ANI ): Restorers have unearthed lost sketches by Leonardo da Vinci from the walls of an Italian castle, it has been revealed.
In a glass-walled workshop set up in one of the courtyards of the immense building, visitors can watch restorers work on two clay angels by Bernini, the celebrated Italian Baroque sculptor dubbed "the second Michelangelo."
US speciality retailer Cabelaa[euro](tm)s (NYSE:CAB) said Wednesday it has finalised its divestment of the Van Dykea[euro](tm)s Restorers division to Restorers Acquisition, an affiliate of private equity firm Blackstreet Capital Partners.
When a Vatican-led team of art restorers started scrubbing and scrutinizing what was underneath centuries of soot and grime caked on the ceiling and walls of a major shrine in Rome, they made a spectacular discovery.