These pictures show two states of paintings. Before the whole process of restaurating (left side) and the finished work (right side)
I'd like to begin with my very first task, which I restored in 2007-2008 session in Restoration Department, Hungarian Academy of Fine Arts.
This portrait come from the Hungarian Jewish Museum
|Portrait of Kete Adler (c. 1825-30) Oil on canvas painting. The owner is Hungarian Jewish Museum|
My diploma work was this beautiful painting from the Museum of Fine Arts
Restorating date and workplace: 2008-2009 session Restoration Department, Hungarian Academy of Fine Arts.
|Saint Elizabeth with Her Child (18th century, before 1750) Oil on desk. The owner is the Hungarian Museum of Fine Arts|
These three painting were the next works. I worked with Zsuzsanna Vali as a co-conservator. And Éva Pecze also worked with us.
Date and workplace: 2010 Hungarian Academy of Fine Arts
|Portrait of Luke the Evangelist (c. 19th century) Owner: Roman Chatolic Parish Church of Palotás|
|Depict of Mater Dolorosa (second half of 18th century) Owner: Roman Chatolic Parish Church of Buják|
|Depict of Vir Dolorum (second half of 18th century) Owner: Roman Chatolic Parish Church of Buják|
Next work was the wall painting restorating whitch can be found in Royal Palace of Gödöllő
Imitated marble wall painting. You can see the filled and cleaned state of painting on the left side and the finished work on the right side.
|Fresco-secco work from the 18. century Gödöllő|