Quality Framing Here at M P Gallery

Quality Framing Here at M P Gallery

M P GALLERY has been established with 20 years of experience in the world of Art, we stock collectable fine art limited editions, Originals and sculptures from the UK’s major publishers.

We firmly believe in giving our customers old-fashioned good service and our many delighted customers are a testament to this fact

We also offer a conservation framing service that we pride ourselves on along with our commitment to provide a professional and excellent service at all times, whilst maintaining the highest quality of work.

With over 20 years in the art industry Michael has gained alot of skill and one of those many skill is framing to the best quality standard. Michael has been framing for over 16 years and never fails to impress us, his colleague and our clients with new challenges that he is given and never fails to succeed. And Great Quotes

The different types of framing he is skilled for are Straight Framing, Float Framing, Box Framing, Bespoke Framing, Collage Framing and many more.

We use the top of the range quality mouldings such as different sold itailian woods and aluminum fitted frames, we also use acid free products to protect any imagery from dis – colouring and stains.

The frame along with its mounts protects and often makes the art look better. Art work framed well will stay in good condition for a long period of time. Joan Miró once did a work specifically to frame with a flea market frame. Many painters and photographers who work with canvas “gallery-wrap” their artwork, a practice wherein the image extends around the edges of the stretched canvas and therefore precludes use of a traditional picture frame, although a floater frame may be used. As picture frames can be expensive when purchased new, some people remove the pictures from a frame and use the frame for other pictures.

One of the earliest frames was a discovery made in an Egyptian tomb dating back to 2nd century A.D. in which a fayum mummy portrait was discovered at Hawara still within its wooden frame. … According to a historical series published in Picture Frame Magazine, these early “framed panel paintings were made from one piece.


Posted by M P Gallery on Monday, 16 April 2018

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