HIGH MUSEUM OF ART
Listed alphabetically, selected Gill & Lagodich framing projects for the High Museum of Art include provision of period frames for Albert Bierstadt, Pioneers of the Woods, California, ca. 1863; William Mason Brown, Peaches on a White Plate, ca. 1880; Patrick Henry Bruce, Leaves, 1912; William Merritt Chase, Still Life with Fish, ca. 1910; Joseph Decker, Still Life with Peanuts, ca. 1890; Robert S. Duncanson, Woodland Stream, An Idyll by the Bridge, ca. 1865; Childe Hassam, Seascape—Isle of Shoals, 1902; May Hallowell, pastel portrait, ca. 1880s; Martin Johnson Heade, Twilight, ca. 1886; Alfred Cornelius Howland, Fourth of July Parade, ca. 1886; John F. Kensett, Camels Hump...Western Shore...Lake Champlain, 1852; Ernest Lawson, Washington Bridge, Harlem River, ca. 1915; Jervis McEntee, The Hudson River Valley, c. 1874; William Trost Richards, Lake Scene, Boating, 1861; John Sloan, Quaker Nell (Helen M. Taylor), 1916; Henry Ossawa Tanner, Destruction of Sodom and Gomorrah, 1929-30; Henry Ossawa Tanner, View of Fez, ca. 1912; Elihu Vedder, Waves at Palo, 1874; Thomas Worthington Whittredge, Rolling Hills, 1846; Hale Woodruff, Old Farmhouse in Beauce Valley, ca. 1927; Hale Woodruff, Results of Good Housing, ca. 1941-43; and Hale Woodruff, Results of Poor Housing, ca. 1941-43.
Custom replication of original period frames from the G&L Collection and custom-designed frames made for Milton Avery, Sally with Skull, 1946; Asher B. Durand, View Near Rutland, Vermont, 1837; Ralph Earl, Portrait of David Baldwin, 1790; William Harnett, Still Life with a Bust of Dante, 1883; George Inness, A Bit of the Roman Aqueduct, 1852; George Inness, The Passing Storm, 1892; and Norman Lewis, Torch, c. 1960.
MILTON AVERY (1885–1965)
Sally with Skull, 1946, oil on canvas, 33" x 26", custom-made replica American modernist frame, ebonized rough-sawn wood; molding width 3-1/2"
CHILDE HASSAM (1859–1935)
Seascape--Isle of Shoals, 1902, oil on canvas, 29-1/8 x 37-1/2 inches, c. 1900 Stanford White-style American painting frame, gilded carved wood, attributed to Milch Galleries, New York frame makers.
JOHN SLOAN (1871–1951)
Quaker Nell (Helen M. Taylor), 1916, oil on canvas, 24 x 20 inches, PERIOD FRAME c. 1915-20 American Arts and Crafts/Ashcan painting frame; metal-gilded carved wood; cassetta profile; molding width: 3-1/2” Painting gift of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Hirschl.