Harvard Gazette, 02.11.2014, »Art’s shining future«

»She called the restoration of more than 20 frames in the Busch-Reisinger’s collection (19 of which were either recreated to replicate the artists’ original frame choices or were made from resized historical frames from the appropriate period) ›one of the most important parts of the preparation of our new installation.‹ Knowing that most visitors likely won’t ever notice the frame work means ›we did a good job,‹ she said. A frame should never detract from or overwhelm a painting, Roth added. It should simply ›bolster the overall experience‹.«