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Circa 1920’s Carrig-Rohane Frame

In the final decade of the 19th century, American frame making came into its own. There was a demand for quality frames, and Boston rose to prominence with the establishment of the Carrig-Rohane Shop. Founded by the tonalist painter Herman Dudley Murphy, and joined by Charles Prendergast (the brother of Maurice) and Walfred Thulin, the collaboration revolutionized frame making in this country. This frame is a beautiful example of the company’s workmanship.






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