Tete Jumeau 10

This lovely Tete Jumeau 10 had a previous head break that had been filled, as well as a hairline crack extending from the eye.  The previous repair had been done badly and was now unstable, paint flaking and chips in the fill areas.  To effectively do the bisque head restore and repair all the previous paint and work had to be removed.  As is typical in previous techniques, the paint was heavy and flat looking.  A bisque finish is not flat, but shows dimension and texture, which should also be present after the restore.  What is not present is the translucent qualities of the bisque, so restoration is limited to the areas of repair and not the whole head.

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