Shown below are more examples, in addition to the pieces we have available, of how we’ve framed Yoshiko Yamamoto’s block prints. We offer these as reference for customers who wish to have us frame prints for them.
Note the two basic approaches: matting and framing “close.” In the case of Yoshiko’s work, I generally don’t strongly recommend one approach over the other, although certain examples I feel are a little too subtle and soft (“Summer Lanterns” and “Matsushima Bay”) or simply too small (“Montana D’Oro” and “California Oak”) for the bolder feeling of framing close in a wide profile. (The rule of thumb is to either use a wide mat and narrow frame or a wide frame close. I don’t recommend a wide frame with a wide mat or an narrow frame close.) Of course, these are just examples; the possibilities are endless, and I certainly recommend that you contact me to discuss your framing needs and ideas.
Please note this is an archive and portfolio of prints we have framed, not work for sale. Available Yamamoto prints are here…