Press Release  July 2, 2021

Lowy Virtual Framing Makes Framing Art Easy

Lowy

You can digitally preview up to 4,000 antique and contemporary frames from Lowy’s vast collection with any artwork of your choice.

At Lowy, we know that being able to test frames digitally is fundamental to an evolving art world. That’s why we’re thrilled to announce that our new virtual framing tool is now live on lowy1907.com.

Lowy Virtual Framing is an invaluable tool for those in the fine art industry and beyond to visualize artwork in our frames with the tap of a button. Integrated into Lowy’s website, our online virtual framing platform is free, easy to use, and requires no downloads.

Clients can preview up to 4,000 antique and contemporary frames from Lowy's vast collection with any artwork of their choice. Once an image is uploaded, users can save a high-quality JPEG of their framed artwork and download a comprehensive PDF containing all relevant information about the frame.

Lowy Virtual Framing includes the ability to upload an image of your desired room or surface, and then digitally place your framed artwork on the wall to scale.

By making framing accessible to anyone, Lowy Virtual Framing is set to change how the art world approaches these services.

Visit lowy1907.com to learn more.

For questions, please contact lsadek@lowyonline.com.

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