Low Glare

Low Glare

Certain types of fine art and photography picture glazing can reduce unsightly glare and reflections which disrupt the viewing experience. Modern coated low glare artwork glazing, when lit properly, has a virtually undetectable glare and is very popular when framing photography. When selecting your frame glazing, it can also be important to take the artist’s wishes into account. Some practitioners prefer to retain glazing which contains reflective properties, for example Francis Bacon wanted viewers to see and recognise a part of themselves when standing before his artwork.

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