Friday, November 9, 2018

A Problem Never Satisfactorily Solved

Photo by Salt Water New England

9 comments:

  1. Give me this problem any day! I would happily solve it with an etching evocative of 19th century British travel prints or else a lovely old landscape or seascape in thickly applied oils that would flatter the frame.

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  2. Frame for a small mirror, hung where it catches/refracts light...so the whole beautiful thing glows to its full potential.

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  3. This one beats me . I'll have to wait to see what you choose :-)

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  4. It's the frame for the real Mona Lisa which was unknowingly stolen in 1723 ; a fact which was never divulged to the public until today .

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  5. Have seen some teeny tiny antique oil paintings on Ebay that might fit but probably a watercolor would be better (you can trim them down). A postcard looks like it might fit but the frame seems too classy for that!

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  6. I'm going with the mirror; that frame will overpower just about anything else put within it..

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  7. One of Niroot Puttapipat's miniature paintings would be perfect in this lovely frame!

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  8. Peephole for a speakeasy!

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  9. Not my style really but this frame would suit a Russian icon

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