Onsite work for a historic paint investigation can include paint exposures and collection of paint samples. An exposure is an archival dig that uses mechanical and/or chemical methods and materials to remove layers of overpaint to reveal the significant campaign. This video takes a peek inside what the exposure process can look like.

Uncover hidden art and understand the methods behind the exposure.

 

Historic Paint Exposure Process

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