Flood response at the Gallery Oldham with case study: The conservation of a severely flood damaged painting, At the First Touch of Winter, Summer Fades Away, (1897) by Valentine Cameron Prinsep (1838–1904).
By Lucy Critchlow
A small painting with big questions: Landscape with Latona and the Lycian Peasants by Paul Bril
By Laura Ledwina
Elizabeth Hamilton-Eddy: Senior paintings conservator at the Royal Museums Greenwich
By Radosław Chocha and Sarah Maisey
Olive Branch or Fascist Totem? An Informal History of the Electric Spatula in the UK.
By Morwenna Blewett
Dear conservator of the future: An unremarkable restoration of a landscape painting by Jan van Goyen
By Nienke Woltman
The Solvent Star: Assessing and documenting solvent selection.
By Gwendoline R. Fife