The paintings conservation studio offers museum-quality conservation treatments on paintings and painted artefacts. Beatrice Byer Bayle’s skills are the fruit of fifteen years of professional practice in France, Austria, the United Kingdom and Singapore, where she worked for private collections and heritage institutions.


References:


Courtauld Institute of Art, London

Denver Art Museum, Denver, USA

Centre de recherche et de restauration des musées de France (C2RMF), Versailles

Musée de Fontainebleau, Fontainebleau

Musée de Picardie, Amiens

Musée Boucher-de-Perthes, Abbeville

Musée des arts et traditions populaires, Paris

Normandie Patrimoine, Regional Centre of conservation-restoration



Teamwork for monumental conservation sites - murals and painted decors:


Parlement de Bretagne, Rennes

Réféctoire des Invalides, Paris

Musée de l’Institut Pasteur, Paris

Hôtel Moreau, Paris

Eglise de Saint Louis d’Antin, Paris

Ecomusée d’Ungersheim, Alsace

Cheng Wen Hsi murals, Singapore

 

Paintings conservation studio

Alfred Manessier (1911-1993), Paysage du baie de la Somme (détail), Musée de Picardie

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Beatrice Byer Bayle paintings conservator in Bogota, Colombia is also engaged in cross-disciplinary research into conservation policies in different cultural contexts.  This includes investigation into  indigenous and localised conservation practices respecting and integrating the meaning and significance objects hold for the public.

Beatrice Byer Bayle has restored paintings on canvas, wood, glas, marble, and cardboard. She has also acquired experience in the restoration of mural paintings.