By definition, art handling is the boxing, crating, moving and storage of art. The “art” of art handling is learned through art handling training. Art handling training is usually done by an experienced art conservator who has been formally trained in the restoration and conservation of all forms of art, at universities across the world. Canada has more degrees for art conservation than any other country.
At William C Huff White Glove Moving and Storage we understand the need to have staff professionally trained in art handling. Merv Richard, Chief Conservator at the National Gallery of Art in Washington D.C. has provided art handling training for our staff. There are four principal areas of art handling training that he focuses on:
The William C Huff White Glove Moving and Storage Company has had professional art handling training for its staff for several years. With confidence, we can safely move all forms of valuable art for our clients. The company also has invested in dedicated climate controlled, air-ride transportation for art which needs to have extra special art handling and care.
William C. Huff Companies is committed to simplifying the complicated maze of moving and storing your priceless possessions. With over 40 full-time, tenured, and highly trained staff, you can be assured that your move will be handled smoothly and professionally, from the first phone call until the last box is unpacked.