Author: Editors Of American WoodworkerPublish On: 2010
With the help of How to Make Picture Frames, no matter which project you select, you'll be creating something special to house that treasured memory for years to come.
Author: Editors Of American Woodworker
Publisher: Fox Chapel Publishing Company Incorporated
Category: Crafts & Hobbies
A collection of some of the best framing projects published by American Woodworker magazine with expert step-by-step instructions, workshop tips and matting and mounting instructions. Add a special touch to cherished photos or artwork with hand-made picture frames. The experts at American Woodworker give step-by-step instructions using a variety of woods and styles.
In this book of stories -- most never before published -- Robert Drake has written his most poignant collection thus far. With the theme of the picture frame, Drake has included people, places, and events of a most recent past.
Author: Robert Drake
Publisher: Mercer University Press
In this book of stories -- most never before published -- Robert Drake has written his most poignant collection thus far. With the theme of the picture frame, Drake has included people, places, and events of a most recent past. "Crowded in the picture" are unforgettable images of memory and grace, love and remorse. But more than the characters and the subjects of the story, the draw of this collection is once again Drake's use of language. The language is the language of the South. It is the language of humanity. While the stories look back, they do so without regret. They were great times, but so is the present. From the town of Woodville to St. Mark's Square in Venice, Drake's powerful language draws the reader not only into the book, but also into the photographs.
Step-by-step instructions for matting, mounting, and framing Color photos illustrate each step Includes sections on mounting needlework, framing canvases, and building your own frame This detailed guide covers the essentials the beginner ...
Author: Amy Cooper
Publisher: Stackpole Books
Category: Crafts & Hobbies
Step-by-step instructions for matting, mounting, and framing Color photos illustrate each step Includes sections on mounting needlework, framing canvases, and building your own frame This detailed guide covers the essentials the beginner needs to get started matting, mounting, and framing everything from works of art to personal mementos. It contains practical techniques and expert tips on choosing the proper matboard and frame; measuring and cutting single, double, or triple mats; safely mounting your materials; building frames; attaching hanging hardware; and placing the frame for display.
This book is the culmination of over twenty years' work by Mitchell and Roberts, widely known frame historians and consultants.
Author: Paul Mitchell
Publisher: Merrell Pub Limited
This book is the culmination of over twenty years' work by Mitchell and Roberts, widely known frame historians and consultants. They have undertaken photographic surveys of frames in most major museums in Europe and North America, as well as in many historic houses and exhibitions. This analysis of frame styles and their inter-relationships over eight centuries is organised by nationality and period with fifty-six carefully constructed diagrams in the form of framemakers' pattern books, interspersed with thirty-eight plates of framed paintings. Components are drawn directly from photographs of 268 frames original or contemporary to their pictures.
The history of picture frames and a sampling of styles from 1800s to 1940s. Over 400 color photographs show wall and table-top frames. Different frame materials are described with information on identifying and dating your pieces.
Author: Stuart Schneider
Publisher: Schiffer Pub Limited
Category: Crafts & Hobbies
Collecting Picture and Photo Frames introduces the reader to the history of frames and an across-the-board sampling of framing styles from the early 1800s through the 1940s. Beautifully illustrated in over 400 color photographs, this book is the first of its kind to show such variety and magnitude of both wall frames and table top frames in detail and full color. Whether you are an amateur or novice collector of frames, someone who simply appreciates good frames for your pictures, or a student of art and design history, this book will give you insight into the style, beauty, and value of antique frames. Different frame materials are described, along with information on identifying and dating your pieces. A price guide is also given for each item.
In the family room, propped up against the wall was a large glass picture frame his grandmother had given his mother for their family portrait.
Author: Karen D. Austin
This This book is about the bravery and courage of a nine year old little boy name Jay Jay. One day, Jay Jay was waiting for his dad to finish feeding his little brother Jordan. This was to be a special day for him, because Jay Jay's dad had promised that the two of them would spend the day together. As Jay Jay waited for his dad, he started to play with his exercise ball. Jay Jay loved playing with his ball. In the family room was a large picture frame propped up against the wall for the family portrait. However, Jay Jay did not see the frame. Jay Jay jumped on his ball and began to roll, right into the glass picture frame. Bang! The sound could be heard throughout the house. Jay Jay's mother and father came running to see what had happened. And so does his little brother Jordan. There they found Jay Jay with a cut wrist, and a broken picture frame. Jay Jay remained calm. And although his injury was very painful, Jay Jay never shed a tear. Jay Jay knew that he had to be brave because Jordan his little brother was watching. After all, he was the big brother and he could not allow Jordan see him cry. This is an excellent book for children who have been injured or are fearful of doctors and hospitals. They will love it!
Fastening Open Work Decoration to Frame—Tools Necessary for Carving and ... of design will not so catch the eye as to withdraw attention from the picture.
Author: James Lukin
Publisher: Read Books Ltd
Category: Crafts & Hobbies
“Picture Frame making for Amateurs” is a detailed, step-by-step guide, including chapters on the necessary tools and how to use them, the different materials that can be used, common problems, and much more. Written in simple language and including plenty of helpful diagrams, this volume will be of utility to anyone looking to make their own picture frames. Contents include: “Necessary Tools and Materials”, “Mitred and Veneered Frames”, “Round and Oval Frames”, “Oxford Frames”, “Bamboo or Japanese Frames”, “Carved and Fretwork Frames”, and “Leatherwork Frames”, “Additional Tools and Materials”. Many vintage books such as this are becoming increasingly scarce and expensive. It is with this in mind that we are republishing this volume now in an affordable, modern, high-quality edition complete with a specially commissioned new introduction.
It's an easy process, if the detailed photos are followed in a step-by-step technique. This book also educates the reader in how to develop a sense of style, so that the right frame is used to accentuate details of a picture or painting.
Author: Hal Rogers
Category: Picture frames and framing
Anyone can frame a picture! It's an easy process, if the detailed photos are followed in a step-by-step technique. This book also educates the reader in how to develop a sense of style, so that the right frame is used to accentuate details of a picture or painting.
PICTURE FRAMING- MODERN METHODS OF MAKING AND FINISHING PICTURE FRAMES by EDWARD LANDON.
Author: Edward Landon
Publisher: Dutt Press
PICTURE FRAMING- MODERN METHODS OF MAKING AND FINISHING PICTURE FRAMES by EDWARD LANDON. Contents include: I ABOUT PICTURE FRAMES i II TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT 9 III MOULDINGS 28 IV MTTER CUTTING 34 V JOINING THE FRAME 42 VI INSERTS OR LININGS 51 VII FINISHES 57 VIII DECORATIONS 88 IX REPAIRING DAMAGES 93 X MATS AND MAT-CUTTING 97 XI MOUNTING PICTURES 105 XII PASSE-PARTOUT 116 XIII GLASS-CUTTING 118 XIV ASSEMBLING 121 XV EXPERIMENTAL FRAMES ORIGINAL DESIGNS . . . 134 XVI SOURCES OF SUPPLIES . 141 XVII INDEX 144. CHAPTER ONE. ABOUT PICTURE FRAMES. THE PICTURE FRAME, as it exists today, is derived from the doorway or entrance to temples, palaces and cathedrals. From a functional viewpoint, it might have been more practical to place doors at the sides of these buildings, but the impor tance of the door framing an impressive picture of the interior was never overlooked. The need to enhance a picture or bas-relief with a frame is evidenced from the earliest times. The first decorations were necessarily crude a raised line some times being the only ornament The earliest examples of frame-like decorations or borders bear a great resemblance to door frames. They were composed of two columns surmounted by a con necting entablature and this form persisted into the i5th century. Even the decorations painted by the artists around the edges of pictures before the intro duction of movable frames were similar in form. As a matter of fact, frames without pictures eventu ally came into existence because the desire to embel lish with mouldings was so strong. Rooms in palaces were arbitrarily panelled with mouldings and their vestigial remains are to be seen today in the senselessly panelled walls ofapartments in modern cities. Movable picture frames for easel paintings gained quickly in popularity once they were introduced. About Picture Frames sides the elaborate and intricate wood-carving, ebony, ivory, tortoise shell and mother of pearl were used for inlaid decoration. Gold, silver and every other metal have also been used for frames. With the perfection of the technique of making large sheets of glass which were in turn used to cover and protect pictures, frame-making received a big im petus in the lyth century. In the i8th century, when cheaper mirrors were introduced, frames were in greater demand than ever. This century also saw an invention that was to revolutionize the art of frame decoration that of the development of moulded composition ornaments. The use of this easily handled material, which did away with the need for laborious and expensive hand-carv ing, drove artisans to other fields. Since then, there has been no large group of wood-carvers devoted solely to frame decoration. It is interesting to note that during the Renaissance period, when movable frames were first introduced, book decoration reached its highest form. Undoubted ly, the early carvers and framers, besides using archi tectural designs, took many of their ideas from early illuminated manuscripts. The frames of the Louis periods certainly got their inspiration from typograph ical decorative motifs. Before then, architects and sculptors designed much of the scroll-work, but later goldsmiths were employed for decoration. Over-elabo ration became the order of the day until all forms were lost beneath the gingerbread. With the French revolution, people turned away from all evidences of bourgeois wealthand returned About Picture Frames to a refreshing simplicity. Until 1850 all mouldings were cut from rough boards by hand, but with the invention of laborsaving machinery, frames could be put on the market for what the raw material had cost previously. This country was fortunately spared from the use of moulded ornaments until the advent of the Victorian era...