About ICI New Delhi
Founded in 1990, the Delhi Centre of INTACH ICI, also called the Art Conservation Centre, Delhi has grown to include a dedicated group of conservators trained in conservation of art objects including oil paintings, watercolors and tempera paintings, acrylic and mixed media paintings, prints and photographs, painted textiles, traditional Indian paintings such as Tanjore paintings, Thangkha Paintings, Kalamkari and Pichchwai paintings and 3D objects made of wood, stone, metal, bone and ivory. Recently we have also stepped into wall paintings conservation.
The Centre is equipped with facilities such as tools, equipment and conservation material required for conservation of all kinds of art objects.
Apart from historical and antique objects the Centre has carried out conservation of works of eminent artists such as Raja Ravi Verma, Amrita Shergil, Rabindranath Tagore, Tyeb Mehta, JaminiRoy, Raza, Souza, Ram Kumar, M.F. Husain, Nandlal Bose, Nicholas Roerich, Edwin Long, Sunil Das and many more. As a conservation institute, we understand our role and responsibility as partners and stewards in the care of treasured collections and take all possible measures to honour an artist’s original intent and characteristics.