Founded in 1907, Lowy is recognized as the country's leading fine art services firm.

Lowy Frame of Mind: Jonathan Boos Gallery

March 19, 2015

< 1 minute read

Jonathan Boos Gallery
Frederick Carl Frieseke, The Garden View, Oil on Canvas; with Carig Rohane style reproduction frame
Welcome to the first issue of our new series:
Lowy Frame of Mind
In our first installment we are pleased to feature the Jonathan Boos Gallery. Our collaboration with the world’s most prestigous art galleries, dealers and advisors is a century old tradition, and the Jonathan Boos Gallery is testiment to our commitment to keeping the tradition alive today.
As Jonathan says: "Working with Lowy in choosing the proper frame for the paintings I offer has been an invaluable resource for me. The staff at Lowy and their expertise and master craftsmanship repeatedly result in a transformation of my paintings, presenting them in an aesthetically and historically superior context…thereby significantly increasing their value. The services they provide, from pick up and delivery to everything in between, is first rate."
The Jonathan Boos Gallery
Left: John Singer Sargent, Young Girl Wearing a White Muslin Blouse, Oil on Canvas; with antique 18th century French frame
Center: Andrew Wyeth, The Prussian, Drybrush; with Italian cassetta style reproduction frame
Right: Robert Henri, Volendam Boy with Cigarette, Oil on Canvas; with period early 20th century American Ashcan style frame
Far right wall: Charles White, Oh Mary Don’t You Weep, Graphite, pen and ink on paper; with antique late 19th century American gilded oak frame
Left: Jacob Lawrence, The Lovers, Gouache on Paper; with 19th century folk frame
Right: John Marin, Trees in Autumn Foliage, Oil on Canvas, with Marin style painted step frame