The Grade I listed building that houses the Long Gallery is one of the most unique surviving Jacobethan manors.
The delicate carved plasterwork in the Long Gallery was executed in French 18th century style as was the whole interior of the room.
The project included careful cleaning of the painted and oil gilded plaster entablature and decorated timber panels of the frieze.
All the plaster losses were repaired and retouched.
‘Marta and Chroma Conservation has completed a wide range of conservation projects at Harlaxton Manor in recent years. The workmanship and attention to detail is of a very high standard and her reliability is second to none.’
Chris Meadows, Estates Manager