War & Peace

PROJECT DATE : 10TH SEP 2018
project
War & Peace
client
Art Gallery NSW
services
Object and Outdoor Heritage

The offerings of war, the offerings of peace

The fine bronze equestrian figures known as ‘Offerings of War’ and ‘Offerings of Peace’ that front the Art Gallery of NSW were designed by Gilbert Bayes in the 1920s.

Treatment

ICS were commissioned to undertake a complete conservation of the bronzes including stabilising minor areas of corrosion and applying a protective wax coating.

project
War & Peace
client
Art Gallery NSW
services
Object and Outdoor Heritage
'War' During Treatment
'War' After Treatment

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