Original artwork by masters like Picasso and Edward Hopper. Documents from Napoleon and Abraham Lincoln. What do they have in common? Each has been framed by Belgian native Bernard Vandeuren, whose training in art and antiques helps him create historically
Artistic works are hard to control once they leave the artist’s studio and their fate even more unpredictable. But, one Brussels-born man makes it his mission to protect them—body and soul. A former theologian, Bernard Vandeuren has dedicated his life
THE SAN FRANCISCO FALL ANTIQUES SHOW is the the oldest and most prestigious continuously operating international art and antiques show on the West Coast, and recognized as one of the top five in the world. The Show features approximately sixty
Antiques may be timeless, but the biannual show organized by the Houston Antiques Dealers Association was starting to feel dated. Fifty years after the association was founded in 1964, it disbanded this February, the day after the last HADA antiques
The Houston Antiques + Art + Design Show will feature 125 premier exhibitors from across the U.S., Canada and Europe in beautiful room-settings offering fine antique furniture, decorative and fine arts representing all design movements from ancient to 20th-century modern.
Vandeuren Archival Framing Originally from Belgium, Bernard Vandeuren brings European craftsmanship to the frames he creates and restores in his workshop in Los Angeles. His hand-built frames—some ornately carved and gilded in 24-karat gold leaf—are a favorite of interior designer
A FRAME FOR “PICTURING MEXICO: RAMOS MARTINEZ IN CALIFORNIA” – ArtfixDaily News Feed One of the paintings currently on exhibit at the Pasadena Museum of California Art is philanthropist Dwight Stuart’s “La Iglesia de Texcoco” by Mexican modernist Ramos Martinez.
Bernard Vandeuren’s Frame for Mexican Modernist Painting by Ramos Martinez Achieves Perfect Balance One of the paintings currently on exhibit at the Pasadena Museum of California Art is philanthropist Dwight Stuart’s “La Iglesia de Texcoco” by Mexican modernist Ramos Martinez.