Isabelle Egan first rescued, for me, a 1930 Raoul Dufy print – the frame and glazing had been smashed and the print left in an outhouse in Nice for many years… despite discolouration from age and neglect, not to mention the dozens of thin cuts to the surface from the broken glass, the print emerged as near perfect as you could wish! How? has to be alchemy..! Plus dedication, stunning amount of knowledge and patience – masses of patience. Since the Dufy, she has rescued a brown and mildewed John Piper and various foxed and aged early twentieth century prints… I cannot speak too highly of her work, she rescues art, and give the works another chance to tease and please the eye.