Fueled by the aesthetic vision of Elizabeth Goldfeder, grounded in a thorough knowledge of art history and the history of framing, GK Framing Group has become the destination location for custom picture framing in New York City. Goldfeder has developed countless frame designs, both contemporary and antique, for collectors, museums,architects and interior decorators worldwide. The company is honored to work directly with artists and designers creating unique one-of-a-kind creations.

GK Framing offers one of the finest collections of historic frames in New York City working with the most talented gilders and carvers today. The innovation of our Contemporary Frame Collection is nothing short of brilliant.

Period Frames

Spanish and Italian

17th Dutch and Flemish


American Federal & Colonial

American Whistler and Turn of the Century

American Impressionist and Arts & Crafts

Modernist and Contemporary

Contemporary Frame Collection

Hand stained Hardwood

Maple, Ash, Oak, Cherry, Walnut

Custom Lacquers

White, Black, Custom Colors

Hand worked Metal

Steel, Aluminum, Brass, Bronze, Raw, Patina

Authentic Arts and Crafts Frames

Contemporary Gilded

Museum Exhibition Cases


  •  The GK company philosophy: if it’s worth framing, it’s worth framing archivally
  • For over 26 years, GK Framing has built a strong reputation in preservation framing important works of art, family heirloom framing and even kids art
  • Clients are treated to the industry’s largest collection of Period and Contemporary frames both hand done and prefinished
  • Our design and production staff gets as much satisfaction framing your fine art collection as it does framing your well-loved family memorabilia
  • At GK we are sensitive to budgets and will always find the right frame for the right job

Arts and Crafts was an international framing design movement that flourished between 1860 and 1910, GK Framing has a vast collection of these frames. Just a few examples below.

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The Whitney Museum of American Art consulted with GK to produce unique frames, for its exhibition, Oscar Bluemner: A Passion for Color, inspired by the artist’s designs from the 1920s, 30s, and 40s. The exhibit was a huge success for the Whitney and GK Framing. Barbara Haskell, the curator of the show, expressed her joy with the outcome of the work: “… I wanted to tell you (GK Framing Group) again how much your support of the show meant not only to me personally but also to the show’s success. Indeed, I can almost say that it made the difference between success and failure. Philanthropy like yours is rare. It follows in a great tradition and I cannot help but feel that the members of Stieglitz inner circle would be rejoicing and celebrating your generosity. We at the (Whitney) Museum certainly are.”