ABOUT OUR BUSINESS
Welcome! Page Conservation, Inc. is located in Washington, DC, USA. For two decades, we have provided the highest quality, professional conservation services for painted works of art. Among our clients are many federal and state agencies, public and private museums, universities, churches, and individuals.
Our services. We offer services focused in these primary areas:
Our goal. Page Conservation has operated in the uniquely competitive and active Washington, DC area since 1982 and was incorporated in 1988. The company is very proud of its ability to work not only with individuals, but also with governmental and institutional entities, to achieve results of highest quality in a timely manner. Our major past projects document a long line of successful and important undertakings for the most important agencies and institutions in the area.
Our staff. The backbone of our business is its skilled senior staff, which offers a superior level of maturity, judgment, and administrative capability. We also employ several experienced associate and assistant conservators, and in addition have available a group of highly qualified freelance professionals to help with large projects.
Our facility. Since 1988, Page Conservation has occupied a permanent, custom-outfitted studio in downtown Washington, DC. Our 4000-square-foot facility offers a monitored ULA3 security and fire system, as well as a large vault. All artwork is insured on the premises, as well as in-transit, if handled by staff.
Our invitation. We invite you to learn more about our firm, and about painting conservation in general, by perusing the remainder of this site. Just click on the brass nameplates below. And when you're ready to go a step further, please contact us. We stand ready to answer your questions and provide whatever painting conservation services you may need.
About the photos. The photos on this site were taken by Page Conservation, Inc. before, during, and after conservation treatments. Except for our opening images of the Niagara Falls painting, all can be viewed in two sizes. Just click on any of the small images to see a larger rendition.