Read more: Rembrandt’s Grace Encased: John Davies Framing Marries Art with Craft
In the exclusive world of fine art, the alliance of a painting and its frame is a delicate pas de deux of aesthetics and preservation. John Davies Framing, with a legacy spanning over fifty years, recently bestowed its craft upon a treasured piece of history — Rembrandt’s “Portrait of Petronella Buys”. Commissioned in 1635, this…
Read more: Saule pleureur et bassin aux nymphéas by Claude Monet
Claude Monet’s “Saule pleureur et bassin aux nymphéas”, a key work from his “Grande Décoration” cycle, was produced during 1916-1919 amidst World War I. This piece, exploring pictorial abstraction, was framed in a Neoclassic Hollow CS91 frame by John Davies Framing in 2018, enhancing the artwork’s magnificence.
Read more: Portrait de femme: buste by Vincent van Gogh
Vincent van Gogh’s “Portrait de femme: buste,” a piece from his Antwerp period, was framed in October 2018 by John Davies Framing. The artwork, housed in a meticulously crafted frame made of lime wood on a pine base, encapsulates Van Gogh’s unique style and his quest to portray the soul’s depth.
Read more: Nature morte de Pêches et poires by Paul Cézanne
Paul Cézanne’s “Nature morte de Pêches et poires” exemplifies his transformative impact on art, particularly his objective approach to painting during 1885-1887. John Davies Framing was privileged to frame this masterpiece in October 2018, choosing a gilded, lime wood frame that enhances the artwork’s essence.
Read more: Sentier dans le Bois by Pierre-Auguste Renoir
Pierre-Auguste Renoir’s “Sentier dans le Bois,” an Impressionist masterpiece painted in Fontainebleau between 1874-1877, illustrates the artist’s skill in depicting light and shadow in serene woodland scenes. The artwork, measuring 25 3/4 x 21 1/4 inches, was elegantly framed by John Davies Framing in 2018 with a Louis XIV style frame, emphasizing the tranquility of…
Read more: Join Us at Frieze Masters
The prestigious Frieze Masters art fair will be held in Regent’s Park, London, from 11th to 15th October, exhibiting a wide variety of artworks, from antiquities to 20th Century pieces. Among the exhibits, many are set in frames by John Davies Framing, who will be present on the 14th.
Read more: The Art of Reframing Shakespeare’s Legacy
Discover how John Davies Framing exquisitely reframed Shakespeare’s portrait in collaboration with the National Portrait Gallery. See our craftsmanship in action!