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Posts Tagged ‘ripped painting’

Ripped Oil Painting Didn’t Need An Earthquake To Fall Off The Wall.

Monday, August 22nd, 2011

Last week, at the Laguna Arts Festival Lecture series (http://bit.ly/pVVE6C), I spoke as the visiting expert about how to protect and save collectibles, artwork etc. Some of the things we talked about included protecting and saving items from

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Mistreated Oil Painting Attains an Awful 8 In” Rip.

Wednesday, December 1st, 2010

 

Awful rip towards the middle of the painting.

Awful rip towards the middle of the painting.

Waves on shore by Robert Wood.

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Hanging nail gives away – $25,000.00 painting ripped.

Wednesday, March 10th, 2010

Look at this rip! Want to see some magic?!


This rip, on the left, was kind-a ugly: It ripped when the nail gave way and it fell off the wall… and got uglier when the fibers frayed.

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$25,000 fell off the wall!

Monday, January 25th, 2010


Even if you think you have a strong enough wire on the back, the eye hook that attaches the wire to the frame could pull out if the screw hole has been used over and over. Even if you have the artwork’s hanging hardware looking good, you might have it barely hanging onto a nail on the wall! Even if you think its a good sturdy nail, it could pull out of the plaster wall board fairly easily. In other words, the weakest link will be the one that causes the whole thing to come crashing to the floor… JUST LIKE THIS $25,000 PAINTING!

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Book Download Available – Affiliate Program Underway

Monday, January 25th, 2010


In last 3 days,  3 Affiliates have signed up with saveyourstuff.com that will help redistribute the “save your stuff message” of emergency preparation info (which I provide to them for free) to about 20 mill in their industries. This kind of info, on a corporate or office level is part of having a Disaster Plan, a mandate of the Homeland Security Dept.

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Painting of Russian Royalty – Smuggled Out

Friday, January 15th, 2010
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Ripped and flaking Royalty

Some of the most interesting art stories that I hear are the tales of smuggling artwork out of German or Russian occupied territories. Who knows if they are true when you hear them. But a pair of turn of the century portraits came in the lab a couple of days ago that look like the real deal.

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