What’s the invisible Australian goo on some of the world’s most famous art?

Some of the world’s most famous paintings are now covered in an invisible layer of protective varnish invented in Australia.

Carl Villis, senior conservator of paintings at the National Gallery of Victoria is not allowed to say which ones – though he does know. His profession, he says, is “a […]

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