This landscape by John Kensett was sent to conservation in 2009 for the treatment of foxing, pale-orange spots and splotches caused in this instance by the growth of mold. While the mold itself had been mitigated if not completely eradicated some time ago, the staining left in its wake seriously interfered with the image’s aesthetic qualities. The problem was addressed much in the same way as are acid and light burns: by washing and then bleaching the sheet in solutions with varying pH levels. The results were remarkable; however, the stains could not be reduced entirely. Close examination will readily reveal faint, pale brown blemishes across the entire surface of the drawing, indicative of the extent of the mold’s damage.