Heir to Crispín, led by Juan Carlos, a restorer of works of art specialized in easel painting, it emerged in the Barrio de las Letras in Madrid in 2014 with the aim of offering a different approach to the framing market. Continuous research in the world of historical framing has led us to recreate ancient techniques such as paper framing, which emerged in the 19th century in the field of photographic framing, and which has now become one of our fetishes due to its versatility. and for the contemporaneity that it brings to numerous works of art. Likewise, we have been able to recreate the old glass urns with a paper wrap so characteristic in the galleries of nineteenth-century curiosities, but now, in addition to the desktop ones, we have been able to take them to the wall as paintings.
The cost of framing a picture depends on a number of different variables. Firstly, you need to decide whether or not you want a custom solution or one off the shelf. If you opt for an off the shelf solution, the price will be significantly lower but so will the quality. For a custom solution, the materials you use, the city you’re in and most importantly the size of the piece will have an impact on the price. As an example, a 50cm x 50cm piece with a border could cost anything from €70 up to as much as €500 depending on the design and the materials you choose.
The cost of custom framing depends on a number of different variables. The materials you use, the city you’re in and most importantly the size of the piece will have an impact on the price. As an example, a 50cm x 50cm piece with a border could cost anything from €70 up to as much as €500 depending on the design and the materials you choose.
Frame colour is completely dependent on the piece itself and what colours/finishes will complement it. Another factor is the overall look you’re going for in the space the piece will be displayed. For a subtle look, try going for stained wood, white or black frames. If you want something that stands out more, why not try pulling out a key colour from the piece and colour-match the frame to it.
Mat colour is completely dependent on the piece itself and what colours will complement it. If in doubt it is always best to go for a white or off-white to allow the piece to sing, but if you’re feeling a bit more adventurous you can try pulling out one of the more subtle colours in the piece to really make it pop.