Iconography, as a branch of art history, studies the identification, description, and the interpretation of the content of images: the subjects depicted, the particular compositions and details used to do so, and other elements that are distinct from artistic style. The word iconography comes from the Greek εἰκών (“image”) and γράφειν (“to write”).
A secondary meaning (based on a non-standard translation of the Greek and Russian equivalent terms) is the production of religious images, called “icons”, in the Byzantine and Orthodox Christian tradition.
The frame used here is from Fotiou with an added sienna wash. The perfect fit for these pieces.
This Artwork was framed using a fabric mat and an added linett (c) a deep bevel mat. Two frames were used and Anti-Reflective glass. Before framing, the artwork was repaired.
These beautiful wood block prints were framed with dark ebony Larson Juhl Frames
from the “Made in America” Cranbrook Collection.
cast paper of rocks
Close up on the faces
We used a white Studio Moulding frame with a linen white mat in the background.
This is an example of a deep shadowbox.
This beautiful artwork was created in mixed media, ink, paper prints on card stock paper, was framed with a #Larson Juhl, #Graphite Rembrandt frame from the #Craig Ponzio collection. #Museum glass was also used with spacers to keep the artwork from touching the glass.
Photograph taken in Havana Cuba, archival paper was used in the printing. Roma moulding vintage frame, acid free mats with a 1/4″ Linnet© Bevel.