Our clients


Whitechapel Gallery- Partnered
Victoria & Albert Museum- Contracted
The British Museum
Michael Werner Gallery
Sprueth Magers Gallery
Whitworth Art Gallery
freuds

Royal Academy Of Arts
Glasgow International
Almine Rech Gallery
Karsten Schurbert Gallery
Simon Lee Gallery
Modern Art
Timothy Taylor

The Science Museum
Soho House Group
The Financial Times
Bernard Jacobsen Gallery
Common Editions
Hales Gallery
GaleriePCP- Paris

The Sunday Painter
Seventeen Gallery
Union Pacific Gallery
Southard Reid
Josh Lilley
Alison Jacques
Faber & Faber
AI Gallery

Our ethos


At Frame London we specialise in contemporary conservation framing for the museum, gallery and the home. We pride ourselves on making the highest quality framing with a personal approach to customer service, no matter the size of the project. Many of our team are also artists themselves and have a sensitivity for working directly with artists and their studios.

Our materials


Conservation

We only use conservation quality materials; such as museum-grade acid-free mount board, a variety of protective glazing solutions, and frame fillets. We additonally fit the artwork with methods designed to prevent any long-term chemical deterioration.

Mount Board

We use mount board that is acid-free as well as being entirely free from impurities, including lignin and the various other impurities that are found in ordinary ‘pulp’ mount board. We will advise you on the most suitable way to present your artwork whether it is mounted, feather floated, or ‘tipped on’ to the mount board.

Tabs

We mount all fine art using acid free tabs or Japanese hinging (for fine papers and as a safe and reversible technique with traditional Japanese tissue papers to fix the artwork into place). In line with conservation best practice, our policy is also to minimise the contact between the mounting solution and the artwork.

Spacers & Fillets

Fillets create a space within your frame which prevents the danger of contact between your artwork and the glass it is protected by. Any contact between artwork and glass can lead to long term damage stemming from temperature and humidity variations on the glass surface.

We offer a range of different spacer solutions including laminated wrapped fillets, mount board matched fillets and our preference, natural wood fillets to match the wood of the frame.

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