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A number of Hull’s historic maritime paintings from the Hull Maritime Museum, some dating back to the 1700s, have been sent to a specialist laboratory for conservation.

Following a survey of 400 paintings, the 12 selected paintings that depict a variety of maritime themes with important links to Hull’s rich maritime history have been de-installed, packed and transported to a conservation studio in Lincoln.

Here's an glimpse of the paintings being removed from display and packed for safe travels. Thanks to our Maritime Media Volunteers for capturing the milestone.

Thanks to Ray Stephens, Maritime Media Volunteer.

Images by Aaron Baldwin, Maritime Media Volunteer.

Images by Janet Bark, Maritime Media Volunteer. Read Janet's blog.

Images by Olwen Knibb, Maritime Media Volunteer