How to Order

How to order fine art:

Originals may be purchased via the Add to Basket button for each artwork image in either the Available Originals or Artwork Galleries pages. The only difference is that the Artwork Galleries pages also contain sold originals with no Add to Basket button.

Artists Prints may be ordered by adding the print name and selecting the desired size and media in the Prints page. All available prints are contained within the Artwork Galleries pages.

Ltd Edition Hand Embellished Prints may be ordered by adding the print name in the Ltd Edition Prints page.

Ltd Edition Resin Coated Box Canvas Prints may be ordered by adding the print name in the Resin Prints page.

Alternatively, please contact me either by email or telephone to discuss how to order fine art outside of my website, arrange payment and delivery, giving the following information:

  • Title of the artwork required.
  • Your e-mail address and telephone number.
  • Delivery address.
  • Preferred payment method.
  • Size and media required, when ordering prints.

Please note that all payments should be in Pounds (£) Sterling, though please let me know should payment in an alternative currency be required. My preferred payment method is via a bank transfer, credit card, PayPal or personal cheque.

I will despatch the artwork within three working days of payment receipt and I will notify you of dispatch along with the courier’s tracking details and an expected date of delivery.

The insured delivery cost is:

  1. To UK
    • Original paintings: £60 (Free for orders over £600)
    • Framed pastels, framed prints and resin prints: £20 (Free for orders over £200)
    • Prints: £7 (Free for orders over £100)
  2. To Europe
    • Original paintings: £100 (Free for orders over £1,000)
    • Framed pastels, framed prints and resin prints: £30 (Free for orders over £300)
    • Prints: £12 (Free for orders over £120)
  3. To USA / Canada
    • Original paintings: £130 (Free for orders over £1,300)
    • Framed pastels, framed prints and resin prints: £60 (Free for orders over £600)
    • Prints: £15 (Free for orders over £150)
  4. To Rest of the World
    • Original paintings: £200 (Free for orders over £2,000)
    • Framed pastels, framed prints and resin prints: £80 (Free for orders over £800)
    • Prints: £15 (Free for orders over £150)
  5. Free collection of everything from Reading, Berkshire. And free delivery for all orders over £100 within 50 miles of Reading.

Please visit the testimonials page to see what other customers have genuinely said about their art buying experience. I’ve not had one dissatisfied customer to date!

A special discount structure may be applied for large orders, and for returning collectors who regularly purchase my fine art.

Packing is professional, extremely protective, secure and to the highest standard. I’ve not lost one yet!

Oil paintings and pastels are shipped flat. If you prefer to arrange your own frame to better suit your personal taste, please let me know and I will discount the cost of the frame and in addition, a postal discount may also be possible.

A2 and smaller prints are shipped flat in photo envelopes and above A2 are shipped rolled in heavy wall 75mm or 102mm tubular containers.

All artwork is insured against loss or damage.

Restrictions may apply to certain countries which are beyond my control and will be verified at the time of order or upon request.

Payment of import duties by the buyer may be necessary for certain countries.

Artwork may be paid for by instalments if required, with the artwork being reserved for the customer, stored throughout the payment duration and dispatched immediately upon receipt of the final payment.

If you are seriously considering purchase of an original, I’ll also visit your home within a 50 mile radius of Reading, Berkshire with a selection of original artwork so that you can see them hung in your home before deciding.

Buying fine art is an investment. Why not invest in my fine art today…?

“A painter is a man who paints what he sells. An artist, however, is a man that sells what he paints” – Pablo Picasso