Picture Frames and Art

Quality Framing, Great Support!

Picture Frames and Art is an established picture frames and art supplier based in Hull, East Yorkshire. We have over 45 years’ experience in the picture framing industry and are here to pass this on to new customers in Hull and surrounding areas.

We are here to assist businesses and the public with all their framing requirements, as you will see from our services pages we offer a variety of services. We provide framed art to canvas manufacturers and are heavily involved in the hotel and leisure industries. Whilst we have been busy supplying these business sectors we have also been creating bespoke pieces for many people and photographers who rely on our services to create unique frames for special photos and pieces of art.

Picture Frames and Art provide framing services to  interior designers, hotel chains, restaurants, bars, conservation framing, wedding framing, medal and army memorabilia, sports shirts, football, rugby, boxing gloves and all  sports memorabilia.

We have a large showroom and warehouse in Hull which is open to the public Monday – Thursday 8am – 5pm and on Fridays and Saturdays 8am-4pm. We welcome anybody to bring anything they require framing or just to come and have a look at the products we have on display. Popular items we have on sale at the moment are the crystal art and mirror frames.

Using our knowledge and experience we are able to frame and design almost any item. We have had in the past customers come in and request that we recreate mirrors/frames that they have seen elsewhere and recreated the frame for them. So not only are they getting the frame they want at a more competitive price, they are also getting the extra service in that the product has been handmade and created just for them.

We are also used to handling valuable pieces of art and you can be assured that they are insured and cared for whilst on our premises. Mick has in the past framed many pieces of art including a Monet, examples of his frames are still in The Tate Gallery today.

About Mick Marshall

Mick Marshall has over 45 years’ experience in the picture frame and mouldings industry and has set up this business in Hull to be able to share his talent and wealth of experience in the local area. Below is a snapshot into the life of Mick Marshall.

1962 – 1965: Studied at Barnsley Art School – received prize for the most outstanding artist of the year.

1965 – 1968: Studied at Coventry College of Art and Design, studied graphic design and illustration.

1968 – 1969: Moved to London to pursue a career in Freelancing. His work includes illustrations of The Beatles yellow submarine film, illustration for hotels in the UK, USA, South Africa, South of France and Saudi Arabia also drawing out plans for the Architects.

1969 – 1974: Started work with frame maker Alfred Hecht on Kings Road, Chelsea where he met and produced frames for top artists of the day including Francis Bacon, Henry Moore, Graham Sutherland, David Hockney, John Piper and many more. It was here that Mick learned how to carve, gild and mount cut all finer crafts of the trade. Within 5 years became frame manager of the company.

1974 – 1980: After gaining many years experience, Mick decided to start his own company, which rapidly expanded and within 3 years employed more than 60 workers. The firm became a major manufacturer of picture frames and re-production pub mirrors.

1980 – To Date: Mick Marshall has continued to apply his skill and knowledge throughout the years to the picture framing industry. He has been an integral part of several successful companies supplying large quantities of high quality frames and mouldings to the UK and many international customers. His years of experience and knowledge of Art and framing have earned him an outstanding reputation in the industry. He has now started this new venture to share with you his passion and creativity.

Visit our Online Shop for more picture frames and arts or you can contact us at 01482 222 057.

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