Recently built a frame to suite my nautical/seaside theme oil painting in my master bath, did a little I guess you'd call "aging" of it, I felt it could work. The frame base color is called "Antique Photograph". I thought very fitting color, which happens to match the ground and some roofs. I really like that I believe it was a Glidden color. I also used a maroon to match other roofs, Brazil nut to match the wall as well as other lighter shades in the photo, and a little black to just give it that dark aging look. Of course, the frame with some other technique added could also be used for a photo. the frame material is called Rope trim. Available at Lowes in the size used here. Home Depot had a small size, but not this larger size. It's pricey stuff though I thought at 12-14 bucks a stick I think it was. I thought I'd show it to give people an idea maybe of framing a photo of their own. I used a compound mitre saw to build the frame, which is actually 2 layers deep. It has a 3/4" X 3/4" base frame, then the rope frame is glued using molding glue to the base frame, without the painting in place of course. Painting then goes in from back side. I used small "L" brackets on the corners of the backing frame, then glued, clamped, and tightened it for assembly. The painting was done in China, but is authentic heavily brush stroked oil.