Gold Lead Studios

frame fabrication, conservation, gilding

 

Samples

These samples are a small selection from the wide range of styles available.
 

Frame corner sample

Stanford White "Waterleaf" style. Circa 1900.

Frame corner sample

Stanford White "Dublin Pond" style. Circa 1920.

Frame corner sample

American "Sea Fanstasy" style of the 1920's.

Frame corner sample

a. Newcomb Macklin "Soft Step" style. American company active in first quarter of the 20th century. Frame designed for American plein-air style paintings.
b. reduced version of the "Soft Step" style.

Frame corner sample

a. Double Dutch Ripple style. Inspired by 17th century frames. b. Dutch ebonized frame style of the 17th century.

Frame corner sample

a. Murphy style. American framemaker active 1900 to 1920's.
b. Murphy style. American framemaker active 1900 to 1920's.

Frame corner sample

a. Marin style. Design for the paintings of John Marin. New York, 1920's to 1930's.
b. Marin style. Design for the paintings of John Marin. New York, 1920's to 1930's.
c. Nordfeldt style. Taos, New Mexico and Lambertville, New Jersey, 1930's.

Frame corner sample

a. Art Deco Three Step style. 1930's.
b. Stieglitz style. Design associated with the Bauhaus of the 1920's.
c. Bellows style. Frame designed for George Bellows' paintings of the 1930's and 1940's.

Frame corner sample

a. Badura style. American. Active in Bucks County, Pennsylvania,1930's to 1970's.
b. Kuehne cassetta style. American. New York 1920's.
c. reduced Badura style. Active in Bucks County, Pennsylvania 1930's to 1970's.

Frame corner sample

a. Greek Revival style of the 1850's. American.
b. Greek Revival style of the 1850's. American.