Master Framer Frames at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts
This frame can be seen on a landscape by Homer Dodge Martin. It features a 22k gold finish with several different patterns of decoration.
Featuring a number of intricate patterns in a 22k gold finish, this frame can be seen on a seascape by William Trost Richards.
One of the newest frames made by Master Framers, this can be seen on a portrait by Alfred Stevens.
This frame was hand carved and finished in 22k gold for a landscape by Edgar Payne.
A design unique to Master Framers, this frame can be seen on a painting by Phillip Little. The finish is a burnished bronze.
Framing a Seurat, this frame is a great example of simple lines and a delicate wash on top of 22k gold.
Found on an emil Nolde, this frame is a great example of simple clean lines. The 22k gold with a deep dark red clay and a dark wash make it work exceptionally well on this painting.
Once again, the clean lines of this frame and the red undertone work exceptionally well on this painting by Matisse.
This frame can be seen on a very nice painting by Fernand Leger.
Look for a Gauguin painting and you\'ll see this frame made by Master Framers a number of years ago. Again the finish is 22k gold with a nice red undertone and rub.
This is another example of clean lines, 22k gold and can be seen on a painting by Robert Delaunay.
This is a frame that was restored by Master Framers. It arrived with layers of overpaint and grime that once stripped, revealed a lovely 22k gold finish. It can be seen on a portrait by George Chickering Munzig.
This frame arrived with an arched opening and not the circle you see here. We remade the spandrel and finished it to match the existing frame. It can be seen on painting by Charles Edward Perugini.
This shows the latest frame we made for a painting by Alexandra Exter. A combination of 12k white gold and layers of paint, this was a true collaboration between the curator and our design staff to create a unique profile for this frame. You can find it in Gallery 67.