The upstairs toilet flooded, and now Nanas portrait (circa 1890) is ruined. Or maybe not. Philip Rosenfeld and his team at the Pennsylvania Art Conservatory have tackled the worst calamities (rips, rotting canvases) for more than 30 years for collectors and big-name museums (the Dali Institute, the Warhol Foundation). They can handle every period and style, and you dont need to worry that theyll change your masterpiece into their own. Says Rosenfeld, We do as little as possible, everything can be reversed, and its guaranteed for a lifetime
unless someone puts a foot through it.