Baumgartner Fine Art

Baumgartner Fine Art
Baumgartner Fine Art is listed in the Art Restoration & Conservation category in Chicago, Illinois. Displayed below are the social networks for Baumgartner Fine Art which include a Facebook page and a Instagram account. The activity and popularity of Baumgartner Fine Art on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 78.

Contact information for Baumgartner Fine Art is:
1006 S Michigan Ave
Chicago, IL 60605
(312) 939-7630

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Baumgartner Fine Art has an overall ZapScore of 78. This means that Baumgartner Fine Art has a higher ZapScore than 78% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Chicago, Illinois is 35 and in the Art Restoration & Conservation category is 40. Learn more about ZapScore.

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Wow, just wow. It's amazing to think that this still happens. One wonders what the thieves were thinking as selling the works will surely be impossible...
Several paintings have been stolen from a museum in the Dutch city of Rotterdam that was exhibiting works by Pablo Picasso, Henri Matisse and Vincent van Gogh.

A bit late on the pick-up, it's nice to see other folk taking notice of BFAR...
CommentsSend to a Friendhome-May 25, 2012What's Nearby?Yolk1120 S Michigan AveRestaurantLudington Building at Columbia College Chicago1104 S Wabash AveArt SchoolEleven City Diner1112 S Wabash AveRestaurantTribute800 S Michigan AveRestaurantEat Fit Cafe1151 S State StCafeBaumgartner Fine Art Restorat...

Because the tear passed through the figure it was not possible to simply fill it in with a new piece of canvas. Rather, after an armature was assembled around the painting over the course of several weeks the canvas was moistened, heated and pulled together ever so slightly until the gap was acceptable and then filled in.

Looks pretty bad, right? The damage: a big, clean knife-slice right through the painting leaving a big gap and distorting the image. The solution: you'll have to stay tuned. Trust me, it's worth the wait.

After falling off the wall and landing on a nearby chair this painting was all but lost, so thought the owner. By mending the tear and retouching it away the damage was hidden and the painting could once again be enjoyed as the artist had intended. See more at