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After months of painstaking work by our conservation team, Sir Joshua Reynolds' The Snake in the Grass has been reinstalled in the Museum in its conserved frame. We share some pictures of the reveal.
Art handlers move The Snake in the Grass through the Museum, pictured here on the first floor of the No.13 stairs.
The team carefully positions the painting on the walls of the Library-Dining Room.
The conserved frame - unveiled!
Enveloping mirrors around both The Snake in the Grass and Sir Thomas Lawrence's Portrait of Soane Aged 76 opposite create an infinity effect.