About Us

Todd Gunter has been restoring fine art for the last 65 years and through our traditional methods passed down from generation to generation, we have become experts in art restoration and conservation.

Over the years Todd Gunter has restored many valuable paintings such as great masters like John Constable, Thomas Gainsborough, George Stubbs and Sir Munnings as well as restoring works for the British Royal Family, the Rothschilds Family, the Tate Gallery, Bonhams, Blenheim Palace and the Paul Getty collection.

Every project is completed to the highest standard, whether it is a family heirloom or iconic museum piece. With experience and unmatched work ethic towards restoration rooted deep within everyone at Todd Gunter, works are carefully and considerately crafted ensuring you are overjoyed with the finished piece.

Our History


Fred began restoring works of art in the early 50s, through the years Fred worked for clients in the U.K. and abroad such as the Royal family, Blenheim palace, Paul Getty Collection and Canadian National gallery.


Alison started her apprenticeship with her father at school, assisting him on all his projects. She has since spent many years perfecting the traditional methods her father passed down to her.


After Fred’s move to Cornwall 10 years ago, Alison has taken over the running of the business with the same values as her father had in the early 50s. Her international experience includes work for the Canadian National Gallery, the Victorian preservation Centre of Oakland California and private customers in Asia and South America.


As Todd Gunter continuously develops their techniques with new technology advancements, their work to continues to lead fine art restoration and conservation.

Lets talk about your project

Have questions about your artwork or would like to know more about what’s involved in art restoration? Please fill out our simple form and we will be in touch to discuss your exact needs. From basic questions to complex enquiries, we’re here to help!

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