C.1756 Architectural Studies of Doors Frames
A well-detailed late 1700s print that illustrates the Architectural style of decorative doors.
The Corinthian order is the most ornate of the Greek orders of architecture, characterized by slender fluted columns having ornate capitals. It is commonly regarded as the most elegant of the three orders.
The Ionic order is one of the three orders of classical architecture, the others being Doric and Corinthian. It is most recognizable by its columns. Every column is made of a base, a shaft, and the volume on top. In the Ionic order, the volute is shaped like scrolls or spirals.
They remaster these antique pieces in the house to restore the damage and bring back the original colors, printed with archival grade methods to ensure the highest quality and prevent aging.
- All prints are digitally restored and republished originals.
- They are printed on archival-grade paper with fine art inks.
- Mounted with a white conservation grade Daler Rowney mountboard.
All frames are made from solid wood
A classic black and gold frame.
Frame width: 60mm
A flat slimline version of our classic Oxford frame.
Frame width: 43mm
All frame prints are made with glass. If you require acrylic please get in touch with us.