If you notice the damage, snap photographs of the areas affected. Include a scale of reference like a pencil, tape measure or even your hand.
finger). Although some damage could result from human error, that doesn't necessarily mean you have to accept a less than perfect artwork.
The item was in mint condition upon purchase.
It is crucial to record and preserve packing materials.
Some packing materials can cause more harm than good, especially when they are not properly used. Bubble-wrapping with paint.
Without a initial layer of plastic sheeting the bubbles will erupt and create perforations. Because the art was
Wrapping improperly is a possibility by a gallery employee or by the artist.
Before wrapping any artwork, it is important to document the way it was wrapped. Were the corners of the work properly secured? Often,
If the artwork is not handled correctly the artwork may crack or show signs that they are cracking or dinging. This is particularly true when mediums have fragile sides.