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I have a few questions about varnishing that I would like to clarify:
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A final presentation varnish should be removable. There are water-based varnishes for acrylic paintings that are removable. Most synthetic-resin solution picture varnishes (solvent-borne) generally meet this requirement too. Acrylic dispersion painting mediums (water-based) that are also sold as varnishes are not removable (at least not without specialist treatment), and, like acrylic paint, dirt and dust can penetrate these porous films. Acrylic mediums can, however, be applied as an isolation layer before a final varnish. Varnish with UV light protection is an effective, sensible measure against color change and other degradation from light exposure.
Thanks Matthew. Great response and school started this past week and I have been swamped.