Import duties and taxes may be charged by customs in your own country, and these will be payable by you in order for customs to release your goods. Please check this before placing your order to ensure you are aware of charges that may apply.
We deliver worldwide to the following international zones:
Europe Zone 1: Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Republic of Irelan
Europe Zone 2: Austria, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Estonia, Finland, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland.
US & Canada.
Rest of the World: Please contact us if your country is not listed here.
Keep in mind that large format Artworks require a special crate made to measure for each artwork, which is why shipping costs are higher. We adjust to each particular need. Please, ask!
International deliveries typically take 5-7 business days for delivery, excluding some special order items. Orders received before 2 pm Monday to Friday are typically shipped the next day, excluding some special order items and weekends.
Full details of the standard delivery services and charges available, along with estimated delivery times for each product, are displayed on the product information page.
Please note that we maintain a strict no-return policy for made-to-order products, artworks, and prints.
We kindly ask you to carefully consider your purchase, as all sales of these items are considered final. Your understanding is greatly appreciated.
For larger pieces, to ensure your peace of mind, sales will be conducted through an online art gallery platform. This platform offers a return option if deemed necessary.
If you wish to learn more about the return policy for larger pieces purchased through the Saatchiart online art gallery platform, please visit:
Commission a piece
A Commission Contract generally includes:
An Introduction that explains the project, defines the artist and details the specific work that is being commissioned
Payment Terms and Agreement that specify the agreement for payment. For commissioned works, we generally ask fifty percent of the agreed-upon price upfront and fifty percent when the commission is complete.
The artist owns the copyright of the work after it is finished, as well as stipulations about if the work is allowed to be exhibited, loaned, etc.
An Artwork Proposal that details what the commissioned work will be like. We include a prototype, sketch, or example of similar work.
Termination Agreement: This section outlines that the agreement between the artist and commissioner cannot be terminated. In the unlikely event of termination, a payment of 50% of the total price will be required to compensate for the time invested in research and art materials.
For the images of the products, we have made every effort to display the colors accurately.
However, we cannot guarantee that your computer’s display of the colors accurately reflects the color of the products.
Artworks and Gicleè Prints may vary slightly from those images.
If you have doubts, please do not hesitate to contact me for additional pictures or videos to get a better idea of the final piece.
Please note that this option does not apply to Gicleè and made-to-order pieces.
We hope you like our products as much as we do. However, if you are not entirely satisfied with the goods, you can contact me at email@example.com or by phone at +34 699 735 307 to discuss it further.
About the technique
Each painting I create involves a unique dance with a variety of materials, tailored to each work.
I often draw inspiration from traditional painting methods when priming the surface and preparing the paints.
One of my preferred mediums is egg tempera, which I prepare from scratch, following the same techniques employed by the Renaissance masters. Additionally, I consistently utilize oils and inks in my work.
The quality of these mediums allows me to build up subtle and rich layers, giving rise to my poetic images.
Each piece represents a continuous struggle between revealing and concealing various elements, ultimately achieving the perfect balance of color and form.