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UK exhibition costs statue an arm and a leg—in a good way

... layers of dust to reveal the black-and-green stripes on the figures’ clothing. • Madonnas and Miracles: the Holy Home in Renaissance Italy, Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge, until 4 June UK exhibition costs statue an arm and a leg—in a good way #Conservation #News

Pompeii will have 'regular maintenance at last'

... Julius Polybius. They are secure but require work before they can reopen. Revenue will increase with the growth in visitor numbers and I would also like to raise the ticket price from €11 to €13. Pompeii will have 'regular maintenance at last' #Conservation #News

'World's shortest railway' to resume service by this summer

... again—a key City of Los Angeles cultural centrepiece for years to come”. Garcetti describes it as “a cultural gem that tells an unforgettable story about the history of Los Angeles”. 'World's shortest railway' to resume service by this summer #Conservation #News

Berlin Wall gets its own protective railing

... repaired in 2015. In 2012, protestors demonstrated at the site as several segments were removed—with the approval of the local authorities—to make way for a new development on the banks of the river Spree. Berlin Wall gets its own protective railing #Conservation #News

Michelangelo-designed frame reimagined by National Gallery

... challenge will be to find the right space to display it in the gallery’s permanent collection after the exhibition closes. • Michelangelo & Sebastiano, National Gallery, London, until 25 June Michelangelo-designed frame reimagined by National Gallery #Conservation #News

Banksy work cleared from vacant site and restored for public display

... it shouldn’t be cut out of the wall and resold. We had no intention of doing that. We liked the piece, we wanted to keep it. We wanted to give it back to the public,” he says. Banksy work cleared from vacant site and restored for public display #Conservation #News

European cobalt blue imported to China from early 18th century

... Although mined in Germany, it was probably shipped from London. It would have gone by sea to Canton (Guangzhou) and then overland 800km to the north to China’s porcelain capital, Jingdezhen. European cobalt blue imported to China from early 18th century #Conservation #News

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