This is another example of some of the reproduction work that our sister company Barton Galleries produce. The artists we use can recreate anything from the fine detail of Vermeer to the vivid colours of Franz Marc, and this reproduction of Open Window with Hills by Juan Gris is no exception.
The original painting was finished in 1923, so it was likely to have been framed in an ornate fashion to stay on trend.
We help all of our customers to pick the frame that is right for them by creating
visualisations and looking at different colour samples.
This particular frame is from our Traditional English Range which are all handmade to order - this means that we can choose the exact size, design and finish to suit the artwork.
We carefully stretch the raw canvas here in the workshop before framing and double check measurements to ensure everything fits perfectly.
As with all of our bespoke framing jobs, the artwork is fixed in, the frames are sealed and they are ready to hang when the customer returns to collect it.
We have several years of experience in framing oil paintings up to museum standard, so please get in touch if you are interested in getting something of your own on display.