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Framing a painting
tjrundy Date: Monday, 17.08.2009, 11:53 | Message # 1
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Hello all,

I have ordered a repro of Roy Lichtenstein's Wham, that is 212 x 92 cm large, and is coming from the artist, rolled in a tube. It's consists of two separate canvases like the original.

Would anyone be able / willing to advise where / how I should get it framed? I have a van, so I'd be looking to find somewhere close to Oval, Kennington, London where I could pick it up from.

Thanks in advance,

Tom.

 
jenand Date: Tuesday, 19.01.2010, 11:15 | Message # 2
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I've heard framefactory.co.uk are quite good.

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Jameslaker Date: Saturday, 06.11.2010, 12:09 | Message # 3
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Hi

I advice to approach Picturegallery,Bedford,United kingdom.

http://petesoriginalart.com/

Edited by Jameslaker - Saturday, 06.11.2010, 12:11
 
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