This space of 100 m2 is fully equipped and secured for art conservation.

We are four conservators graduated from the Institut National du Patrimoine (Paris) and from Paris -1-Sorbonne, and we are specialized in paintings, sculptures, ethnographical objects, ceramics and glass conservation and preventive conservation.

We have provided since 2007, conservation services as documentation, expertise, conservation, restoration and preventive conservation. for museums, monuments, private collectors, and galeries, on site or in our studio in Paris.

As professionals, we worked for various prestigious institutions in France, Germany, Egypt, USA, UK, Haïti, Algeria, Qatar and Emirates.


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Caroline Mottais

is a conservator specialized in objects and archeology (ceramic, glass). She holds a bachelor in art history from the Ecole du Louvre, a master in conservation-restoration and a master in preventive conservation from  Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne.

Since 2010, she provides a variety of museum-level collection care services and treatments for Cité de la Céramique – Sèvres & Limoges, Bibliothèque nationale de France, Paris heritage conservation services, musée des Arts décoratifs, château Borély à Marseille, Louvre museum, national archeological museum (Saint-Germain-en-Laye), British museum, Ariana museum (Geneva)…

She is a member of ICOM, FFCR (french federation for conservators-restorers) and APREVU (french association for preventive conservation experts).

Anaïs Gailhbaud

is a conservator for sculptures. She holds a bachelor degree in art history from the Ecole du Louvre and a master in sculpture conservation from the National Heritage Institute in Paris (Institut national du patrimoine).

Since 2007, she has been providing conservation services to museums, monuments, private collectors and galleries.

As a professional she has worked for various institutions in Algeria, Egypt, France, Germany, Haiti, United Arab Emirates, USA and Qatar.

In 2016, based on the professional documentation challenges encountered during her work experiences, she developed Horus Condition Report®.

She is a member of ICOM and FFCR (french federation for conservators-restorers).

Alice Panhard

is graduated from Paris-1 Panthéon-Sorbonne University in Paris, where she got a BA in Art History and an MA in Paintings Conservation. She then pursued her apprenticeship as an intern and a fellow at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York. She spent three years there, learning and practicing with experts in the field of conservation.

In this studio, Alice Panhard works for museums, institutions, but also art experts, dealers, art historians and private collectors – in France and internationally. Specialized in easel paintings going from the 14th until the 19th century, she takes care of conservation treatments, restorations but also analysis enriching research projects and better knowledge of the works of art. She also write condition reports for sales or transports of works of art.

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Alice Wallon-Tariel

is a sculpture conservator, graduated from the National Heritage Institute since 2007. She has experience in conservation restoration of works in stone, plaster, wood, terracotta, and polychromy, acquired in particular during an 18-month mission to the Franco-Egyptian Center for the Study of Temples in Karnak (CFEETK-CNRS) in Egypt. 

She works mainly for museums and historical monuments in France but also abroad for specific missions (Egypt, Saudi Arabia). 

She also works for private clients in Parisian cemeteries (restoration of chapels, tombs and vaults) in collaboration with a stonemason.

References: Musée des Augustins (Toulouse), Antoine Vivenel Museum (Compiègne), Mathay-Mandeure ancient theater, Valence museum, Orange theater and museum, Louvre museum, Arles and Arlaten museums, Museum of Mediterranean Archeology ( Marseille), Nissim de Camondo museum, Carnavalet museum, Amiens cathedral, Institut de France (Chantilly castle), Orsay museum, Rodin museum, City of Paris (COARC), Père Lachaise cemetery, etc.

She is a member of ICOM and FFCR (french federation for conservators-restorers).