Posted: 06 Dec 2016 by PML
We have selected our top frames from Sotheby's December Old Master sales, giving their full descriptions and their influence on the paintings.
Posted: 18 Sep 2016 by PML
In the course of evaluating the frames in the Collection, the Associate Curator of European Art, Dr. Cory Korkow, and colleagues determined that the Lawrence double portrait should be presented in a contemporary British period setting...
Posted: 27 May 2016 by PML
The cassetta is the most fundamental frame design, on which practically every other genre or pattern is based. It is usually translated, lazily, as a 'box' frame, which doesn't describe it at all. It could be more accurately called an 'encasing' frame, like a casement window; a rectangular border with a very simple cross section, usually with a flat central frieze surrounded on each side by mouldings.
Posted: 20 May 2016 by PML
This dramatic work is among the most important paintings at the Cleveland Museum of Art, and its conservation and re-framing had long been anticipated.
Posted: 16 May 2016 by PML
On request, Paul Mitchell were able to offer suitable frames for the following works during Sotheby's London 19th Century European Paintings sale in May:
Posted: 13 May 2016 by PML
Robert Schindler, Curator of European Art at Birmingham Museum of Art, Alabama, approached us about reframing their Winter Landscape by Jacob van Ruisdael.
Posted: 11 May 2016 by Paul Mitchell
This small, striking work was recently purchased at auction by a Private Collector in a deadening pastiche Louis XIV frame. Removing this you could feel the painting give a sigh of relief ...
Posted: 16 Apr 2016 by PML
On request, Paul Mitchell were able to offer suitable frames for the following works during Sotheby's London Orientalist sale in April:
Posted: 05 Apr 2016 by PML
This year is the 40th anniversary of Paul Mitchell Ltd, and a fitting time to announce our updated online presence with a blog / newsletter to accompany the new website.