Course: “Inpainting & Loss Compensation on Paper Conservation” (Barcelona, 2018)

Escoda brushesPremià de Mar (Barcelona, SPAIN)

From left to right (top): Rebecca Heremans (Belgium), Ana Beny (Spain/Egypt), Maris Allik (Estonia), Mildred Apilado (Philipines), Amélie Couvrat (Netherlands/France), Elissa del Bel Beluz (Canada); Tina Grette (Norway), Clàudia Callau (Spain), Annelies Wijngaert (Belgium). Middle row (left to right): Frances Lunn (United Kingdom), Amparo Escolano (USA/Spain), Sophie Sarkodie (United Kingdom). Bottom: Rita Udina (Spain)

Tina Grette and Sophie Sarkodie Amélie Couvrat and Frances Lunn Ana Beny Tina Grette Poulsson Maris Allik Elissa del Bel Beluz and Maris Allik (background) Mildred Apilado (Amélie Couvrat in the background) Amelie Couvrat and Rebecca Heremans Annelies van den Wijngaert



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