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Canvas Panel Frame - V1286

This frame will support artwork up to 3/8" deep
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Artwork Size: 8 x 10  Change Size
Frame  $28.49
Hanging Hardware  $1.95
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Do you need standard sizes? We sell them in bundles to save you money Click Here. Ideal canvas panel frame for art 3/8" thick or less. Coffee brown wood panel floater frame represents a new innovative approach to displaying 1/8” canvas boards, 1/4” rigid panel paintings, trivets, and painted tiles, and we take great pride in listening to our artist friends and customers to develop this new product. These frames are what Carol Marine recommends for framing your small works.

Historically, the prominence of canvas panel frames arose out of the post-modern era in which color field painters, minimalist painters, and abstract artists painted vast expanses of canvas that were too large to frame economically. The frames of choice for these artists included thin raw strips of wood that were used as a utilitarian mechanism to protect paintings while traveling to a gallery. That led to a new aesthetic framing trend that also welcomed small canvas boards and art panels.

The L-shaped canvas panel frame style became popular as a design innovation rooted in the wood strip concept, but allowed for a cleaner look by attaching the canvas from the back rather than the side. As a result, floater frames could be set away from the edge of the canvas to give a sense of levitation. More of the painting’s edge could be seen as well, and this reinforced the idea that every square inch of a painting is important.

The innovation found in this exclusive new Web Picture Frames brown canvas panel frame is in the limited rabbet depth. By offering this shallow coffee brown floater frame, artists can now mount their 1/8” and 1/4” hardboard panels directly to the frame with glue, double-stick tape, or Velcro, without the use of blocks or other risers.