Best Things First: Antique Frames

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  • Sheila Gibson Stoodley

Just as clothes can make the man, frames have the power to enhance a painting. The Julius Lowy Frame and Restoring Co., a 97-year-old Manhattan firm, understands this. It stocks antique frames from the Renaissance to the 20th century, and its entire collection has been scanned into a comJust as clothes can make the man, frames have the power to enhance a painting. The Julius Lowy Frame and Restoring Co., a 97-year-old Manhattan firm, understands this. It stocks antique frames from the Renaissance to the 20th century, and its entire collection has been scanned into a computer, enabling clients to view their artwork in virtual frames and find the perfect match.

Julius Lowy Frame and Restoring Co.
212.861.8585
www.lowyonline.com

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