restorer : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n a skilled worker who is employed to restore or refinish buildings or antique furniture
- Art restorer Rosalie Godin was overwhelmed for a very different reason when she was urgently called to Lascaux in August 2001 by France's Research Laboratory for Historical .
- When art restorer Rosalie Godin was urgently called to Lascaux in August 2001, she couldn't believe her eyes.
- Stefan Slabczynski, chief restorer at London's Tate Gallery: "So many people are involved and so many tests are done that it is practically impossible to damage something.
News & Articles
- Berlin rebuilds palace destroyed by Allies, communists
A stone restorer works on a sculpture at the Schlossbauhuette studio where a team of sculptors are creating the decorative elements for the facade by making copies of the originals for the Berliner Stadtschloss (Berlin city palace) in Berlin. AFP PHOTO / JOHANNES EISELE.
June 12, 2013 - Art Daily
- ErtuÄŸrul in People's Daily Online
Ertugrul Gunay said, "According to the information we have, these mosaics were found and covered by the restorer Fossati. Fossati was the last human being who saw these mosaics. Today, we will be the first ones to see these precious mosaics since...
- Richard Peto in International Herald Tribune
It's an oddity in the Russian population that they're getting their alcohol from bizarre things like hair restorer, but the mortality probably has more to do with the extreme alcoholism than with anything dangerous in these products,Peto said.
- Gomaa in Al-Ahram Weekly
We had to wait for the archaeologists and restorer and open the boxes in their presence. After the opening, the restorer went back to Cairo and he will be back at the end of the exhibition to repack the pieces,Gomaa said.