The portrait holds pride of place in the Rijksmuseum, the Dutch national museum, and will remain on display so the public can see the process.
The National Trust for Historic Preservation will assist with renovation and other efforts at the house in Huntington, N.Y., where the musicians lived and worked.
Ms. Fortune, an Indiana philanthropist, found a late-in-life purpose in restoring Renaissance art by women, earning her the nickname “Indiana Jane.”
The Met Museum is in talks with the Frick to assume the last three years of the Met’s lease while the Frick’s home is renovated.
The scholar Harold Holzer has spent his life collecting more than 700 paintings and other material related to the 16th president.
A Spanish shopkeeper’s restoration of 15th-century wooden statues is the latest attempt by devotees to apply their artistic talents, however limited, to the preservation of religious works.
The Frick Collection’s music room, reminiscent of a 19th-century salon, is an ideal space for chamber music. So why is the museum getting rid of it?
A church in the town of Estella asked a local workshop to give a 16th-century work a makeover. The results horrified the authorities, scandalized restorers and set social media ablaze.
The 40-foot work, painted on the side of a storage facility, was hidden behind aluminum insulation panels.