Frame inspired by Louis XIV era that holds Renoir's Roses in Vase
Fine carvings and mouldings and extremely thick frames were de rigueur in the late 17th Century, with their biggest and most prestigious patron none less than King Louis XIV.
These beautiful frames are still revisited by palaces and museums around the world and are highly priced for the vivid and almost impossible carvings. These frames require the finest woods to be made.
Pictured here is this eternal frame holding an original Renoir painting at the State Hermitage Museum, St. Petersburg.
Suggested Dimensions :
48" W X 60" H
Please note that our frames are sold on their own; they do not include any artwork, mirrors, cork boards or anything else they are pictured with. Extras can be arranged on request, please get in touch for more details.