As a family owned company Frames by Mail’s mission is to provide affordable quality custom framing and wall décor to enhance your home & office. Starting as a retail store in 1964 offering custom framing and art supplies we expanded into art classes. From our store front it was a short step to become a catalog company advertising in American Artist and Sunshine Magazine. Then in 1998 it was onto the internet, becoming one of the first online custom framers.
Staying current with décor trends as well as the latest technology, Frames by Mail is constantly expanding to include the features, services, and the styles that our customers are seeking. Not only is it important to watch what the professional designers are using but, equally important is listening to what our customers are looking for in framing. This has brought about many of the mats and frames that we have added over the years.
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Type: Framed Print. Title: Visit to a Museum.
Artist: Edgar Degas. Print dimensions: 21.25" H x 16" W. Constructed of premium quality frame and gallery quality acrylic glazing. Frame finish: Fluted black. Matte: French vanilla / cinder. Format: Vertical. Long ...
Framed Decorative Art Print. Title: Senorita with Fruit.
Frame: 1 5/8" Satin Black. Mats: Antique White. Custom framed by designers, this piece features both frame and mat selections that have been hand chosen to enhance the artwork. Ready to hang ...
Impressionist Edgar Degas was famous for his paintings
of ballet dancers. Often he would capture only part of a figure, which added to the impression of movement and spontaneity, with something else happening just outside the window of the painting. ...