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PM Sun 12:00 - 5::00 PM
Call Leo Pelletier, Proprietor 207-828-0031
Congress St., Portland, ME 04101
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W.C.Harrison's Book signing was a tremendous
Visit Mainely to discuss and view this
finest of Art books.
Active book link to follow. Join
Mainely's First Friday Art Walks. Meet Painters
Artists . Enjoy refreshments!
|Meet Henry, Maine Coon
Cat, Official Greeter for Mainely Art & Frames
1000's of Antique &
choose from ...
THAT'S RIGHT - You can finally find The Map
You've Been Searching For - here in Portland, ME at 541 Congress St. at Mainely Art &
Frames Gallery!! We offer the largest selection available of detailed Antique & Historical
Maps anywhere. Drop by
- speak with Leo Pelletier, Proprietor for detailed information - or call
hours. Choose Maps of States, Cities, Counties and more.
If you are looking for a particular Map in any category come into
the Gallery to discuss the details with Leo. 207.828.0031
Stop by - View our Historical & Antique Maps such as the1860 Maine State
County Map above. CLICK Links Below For 19th-20th C North
American Maps displaying structures, names, nautical
details & birds eye views. Contact Mainely Frames
specific Maps - Mainely
Art & Frames Gallery has access to over 700,000
shipped framed or unframed anywhere.)
Mainely Assist You: Choosing the right frame for artwork can be
difficult. Our attention to detail and our close relationships
with framers allows us to assist you in finding the finest
frames for your artwork:|
1. Which frames best enhance
the beauty and impact of artwork and complement your decor
& personal taste.
2. Using the correct glass for
framing works on paper - the differences between Plexiglas, UV
coated & museum quality glasses.
3. The best way
to care for new frames as cleaning products often remove gold
leaf or frame finishes.
4. Matting artwork to
add depth or texture to your piece, the differences between
matting techniques such as over matting or float
5. Archival framing - different papers,
pastes, and pressure and sensitive tapes used to preserve the
integrity of the artwork.
6. Considering environmental
issues: direct sunlight, humidity, heat,
7. Proper backing for works of art, archival
materials or acid-free foam board should be used to prevent
mold or condensation.
Click for Hand Crafted Larson Juhl