Picture Frames & Art Frames

The right frame not only gives your artwork a finished appearance, it can also protect it for generations to come. Blick sells pictures frames in contemporary and classic styles for artwork of all kinds, plus matboards, framing tools, picture hanging supplies, and more. From canvas frames to wall frames, gallery frames, and tabletop picture frames that include glazing materials for protecting your drawings, photos, prints, and watercolors, the thing to keep in mind is which frame will enhance your artwork rather than overwhelm it. Shop from our assortment of standard sizes such as 8" x 10", 11" x 14", 16" x 20", and many more. Do you usually think of a frame as rectangular in shape? We've got square picture frames, too. Some frames even come with ready-to-display artwork that makes an instant impression. If you like to change it up from time to time, choose picture ledges, shadow boxes, and other specialty frames. Blick's frame selection includes every type of metal, wood, or acrylic frame, plus eco-friendly choices such as bamboo and recycled materials. When you’re ready to hang, learn how to arrange your frames into a stylish gallery wall with our How To Make A Gallery Wall tutorial!

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • Will frames I buy from you be ready to hang?

    Some frames are ready to hang as soon as your artwork is installed. However, many of our frames, such as open back frames and floater frames, are sold as just the frame face, so the artist can choose whether to purchase glazing and what kind of hardware will be best for their artwork and the space it will inhabit. Be sure to check the notes in the frame description to determine whether you'll need additional materials to complete your framing project.

  • How do I know what size frame to buy?

    Frames are sized by the size of artwork they're intended to hold. The front opening will be approximately 1/4" smaller on all sides so the artwork will be securely held in the frame. For frames with mats, the mat opening will also be approximately 1/4" smaller than the anticipated artwork size, again to ensure that the work is securely held behind the mat. This can vary from one brand to another however, so be sure to check the product description.

  • How do I know what thickness of artwork I can put in a frame?

    The final image on each frame page is a diagram of a cross section of the frame molding. You'll find the frame's inner depth, also known as the rabbet depth, indicated on that diagram. Remember to factor in the thickness of any glazing, mat, mounting board, and backing you may be using in addition to the actual artwork.