|Installation of the cartoon of Raphael’s School of Athens in the Pinacoteca Ambrosiana (Milan)
Raphael’s drawing was restored in 2019 and exhibited as part of the celebration of the 500th anniversary of the artist’s death. The cartoon was stretched on a NEC80 self-tensioning aluminium floating stretcher manufactured by Chassitech.
|Documentary on the restoration of the painting El gran dia de Girona by Ramon Martí Alsina
The canvas was stretched on a NEC80 aluminium floating stretcher of approximately 5 × 11 meters manufactured by Chassitech.
|Canvas restoration at the Musée des Beaux-Arts de Brest
Use of a floating stretcher manufactured by Chassitech.
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|Restoration and relocation of the monumental painting Le Drapeau et l’Armée by Paul-Alexandre Protais
The 325 cm x 840 cm canvas was stretched on a NEC80 floating aluminium stretcher manufactured by Chassitech.
|Restoration of Saint-Laurent, martyr for the Musée d’Orsay
The artwork was restored using an overhead crane manufactured by Chassitech.
|Hanging of the l’Origine du Monde de Gustave Courbet
Hanging the painting with Chassitech’s Maxihook.
Credit : ©Article France 3 Région
|Restoration of Saint-Laurent, martyr for the Musée d’Orsay (support)
Canvas stretched on a NEC50 floating aluminium stretcher manufactured by Chassitech.
|Hanging the exhibits from Autoportraits du Musée d’Orsay at the Musée des Beaux-Arts of Quimper
Installation of the exhibits with Chassitech hanging systems.
|Two imposing oil paintings classified as historical monuments come back to the church of Saint-Maximin
The 7 x 3 m canvases were stretched on a NEC80 shaped aluminkium stretcher manufactured by Chassitech.
Credit: ©article et vidéo sur Le Républicain Lorrain
|Installation of the exhibits for the Leonardo da Vinci exhibition at the musée du Louvre
On the occasion of the 500th anniversary of the death of Leonardo da Vinci, the Louvre has dedicated an exhibition to the Italian painter. Use of a Chassitech “Niveau reporter” trace and level tool during installation.
|Ten-yearly review of the collections at the Château de Versailles
Use of a Chassitech bridge crane to carry out condition reports on very large format artwork in the storerooms.
Credit : ©article sur Les Carnets de Versailles
|Restoration of the painting by Alfred Herter (1871-1950)
NEC80 aluminium stretcher for “Le Départ des poilus, août 1914” by ‘Alfred Herter, at Gare de l’Est railway station 4,4 x 12 m