The exquisitely woven hat of Titus after conservation.
Recently the National Museum of Scotland had completed the latest phase of their updating Masterplan. As part of this, our studio had the honour of conserving the luxurious Triumph of Prudence tapestry, woven in Brussels in the early 16th Century. The tapestry, wet cleaned before arriving to the studio, was secured by conservation stitching onto a full linen support and prepared for public display. The Triumph of Prudence is now shown at the Art of Living Gallery.
Follow the link for more information about the Triumph of Prudence tapestry and don’t miss out the video about its conservation at the bottom the page!