Everett Fine Art is a family business, founded in 1958. Three generations have restored and conserved paintings from across the centuries, of both national significance and private worth, often facing a wide range of conservation challenges. Materials and techniques in this field have developed significantly and although embraced we continue to respect the many traditional methods that have served us so well.
WHAT WE OFFER
We have been restoring paintings since 1958 and undertaken an extraordinary variety and complexity of work.
Tim has been a figure in the west country’s art world for over thirty years. He has an unerring eye when analysing paintings. Tim began working in the picture department of Sothebys and Bearnes in Torquay, followed by an apprenticeship specialising in the conservation of paintings.
This third-generation family business was founded in 1958 by Ben’s grandfather, Edward Everett.Having developed his skills in the Somerset studio, Ben is now expanding the London arm of the business focusing on frame restoration and tablets.
Lester began making and repairing period frames for the London and American trade in 1981. Since then his expansive experience has helped us develop our specialist skills in gilding, carving, casting and high-quality finishes.