Risk-Free Framing for Consignors

Having provided frames for artworks valued at over a billion dollars, at auction and in private galleries, Eli Wilner & Company has announced a new program to provide frames at no upfront cost to consignors of artwork. In order to participate in this program, the owner of the artwork must agree to purchase the Wilner frame, but the payment is only due after the successful sale of the artwork. If the artwork fails to sell, the frame would be returned to Wilner, and no charges would apply. In this way, the consignor is protected from any framing cost if the sale does not occur.

Eli Wilner & Company has been trusted by galleries and auction houses for decades to frame their most valuable paintings. Dealers and specialists rely on the way a frame selected and exquisitely crafted by Wilner enhances the beauty and appeal of a painting, and helps encourage the best possible sale result. The Wilner announcement does not only apply to the consignors of multi-million-dollar artworks, as it includes a note that the price of each frame will be agreed upon in advance, and that prices will be negotiated to include a consideration of the value of the artwork and the potential for proceeds to the seller.

Eli Wilner & Company is known for the scholarship and craftsmanship that they bring to bear on their work. No other framer's work matches the level of detail and quality of a Wilner project. They are expert in framing works of art from the Renaissance to contemporary masters including works by Rubens, Brueghel, Bouguereau, Van Gogh, Malevich, Modigliani, Picasso, Matisse, Hopper, and Rockwell.

A Sampling of Auction Sales featuring Eli Wilner & Company Frames

Peter Paul Rubens, Jan Brueghel the Younger - Landscape with Pan and Syrinx painting with frame

Peter Paul Rubens, Jan Brueghel the Younger

Landscape with Pan and Syrinx, sold at Sotheby's for $3,000,000

William Bouguereau - L'amour et psyche, painting with frame

William Bouguereau

L'amour et psyche, sold at Sotheby's for $2,200,000