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    Posted 10 months ago

    BHock45
    (802 items)

    No doubt this was headed for the trash! I found it in the back of a shop torn, wrinkled, and filthy. I was able to flatten it, but I am yet to clean or attempt to inpaint.

    My best guess is that it is the work of Giovanni Segala (1663-1720), but neither the frame or the stretcher seemed so old. The back of the canvas had many repairs and it may be correct. Any opinions? Any restoration suggestions?

    Thanks.

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    Comments

    1. Newfld Newfld, 10 months ago
      Very beautiful scene
    2. Golgatha Golgatha, 10 months ago
      Could be genuine. I'd take it to one or two of the big auction houses before spending to much effort on restoration.
    3. BHock45 BHock45, 10 months ago
      thanks newfld, golgatha thanks for the tip.

      Look at the new photo, acetone did the trick but it seems to be lifting the red paint, any suggestions?
    4. Golgatha Golgatha, 10 months ago
      Leave restoration to the professionals !
    5. BHock45 BHock45, 10 months ago
      Do you know any professionals who work for free?
    6. Golgatha Golgatha, 10 months ago
      Serious professionals don't work for free. One or two of the big auction houses can tell you whether the painting is worth a professional restoration.
    7. BHock45 BHock45, 10 months ago
      I know they dont. Ill shoot u over a photo when i complete the removal of the varnish, the in painting with historically accurate oils, the neutralization of the ground and then the revarnish.
    8. renedijkstra renedijkstra, 13 days ago
      as far as i know but i am not an expert Segala did not signed his work, you can,t get this authorised , and the painting is in such bad condition , that restauration does , not make sense
    9. BHock45 BHock45, 12 days ago
      renedijkstra,

      I actually ended up doing some amateur repairs, and it came out ok. Everything I did is reversible. I will update with a photo soon.

      I remember finding samples of Segala's signature, and it matched. I would have to dig to find it again.
    10. BHock45 BHock45, 11 days ago
      Here is the piece hanging high up in my foyer. In the sunlight the wrinkling and scratching are very noticeable. I have to fill in some pretty large areas of loss. I figured since I found it in the trash, I would do what I can with it.

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