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You Think Your Art Has Faded? Maybe Not.
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Scott M. Haskins --  Author, Art Conservation-Restoration, Pets and Heirlooms, Art Damage, Expert Witness Scott M. Haskins -- Author, Art Conservation-Restoration, Pets and Heirlooms, Art Damage, Expert Witness
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Dateline: Santa Barbara, CA
Monday, December 14, 2020

 

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Fading of art is something about which I get a lot of questions. Some of the types of items that I notice fade the fastest and of which there is the biggest change of color are: Many Asian cultural items … Continue reading

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