Fine Art Connoisseur

LIGHT UP YOUR COLLECTION

Acquiring an artwork is always a joy, but many new owners don’t pay enough attention to how they will light their new treasure once it arrives in their home or office. No matter how beautiful the image, the pleasure it can offer you, your family, and friends could be severely diminished if you cannot see it as the artist intended.

Accurate and safe lighting is essential in this regard. This article focuses on oil and acrylic paintings because they are the easiest and most instructive to discuss: they are usually resistant to light, unlike works on paper (which require lower

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