framed artwork

Collector’s Art

LUCE, MAXIMILIEN. Vegetable Garden, rue Friant. Red ink and pencil with traces of black crayon, on "bis" paper, 257x243mm, signed LUCE in black crayon lower left, 1887. This drawing is a study for an oil painting of the same subject, also dated 1887. The painting has been reproduced in a work by Denise Bazetoux, "Maximilien Luce, Catalogue of Painted Works", Paris, Avril Graphic Editions, Vol. III, P.63, No. 51. When it comes to framing collector's art you want to hire a framing professional with a wealth of experience. Fine art pieces need to be treated with the utmost care and shoul...
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Beauty Is In The Eye Of The Beholder

Beauty. It means a different thing to you, me and the lady next door and what’s beautiful to one person is not necessarily beautiful to another. So when it comes to choosing framed artwork for the space you share with your spouse or partner, there’s a good chance you might not see eye-to-eye. There are few things as subjective as art and there are few decisions as personal as what you choose to have on the walls of your home. One person could enjoy a more abstract style while the other might prefer more realistic pieces. Although thousands of couples in homes all over the world have managed t...
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Make Your House a Home

Make Your House a Home
Are you wondering what it is that makes a house a home? Well, we’ll get to that. But how about the things that don’t? We’re talking about untouched ornaments, flowerless vases, candleless candleholders. The knickknacks, brick a brack, trinkets, gimcracks, baubles, gewgaws, thingamabobs, whatchamacallits and whatchahooies you collect to embellish your surfaces. Not only do these items take some serious tongue-twisting to pronounce, they take up precious surface space. And even worse, they collect dust. Layers of the stuff. Dust that gets into awkward corners, nooks and crannies, dust that doesn...
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