While every effort is made to keep the gallery
updated regarding the status of the paintings -
whether sold/under exhibition, etc. it is advisable
to check the availability of a particular painting
before placing an order. Please send an e-mail
to firstname.lastname@example.org for the same.
- Prices would vary as per the individual requirements
of the customer - additional costs towards framed/unframed
, packaging , shipping costs, transit insurance ,
etc. Exact price , therefore, will be given on a
- Artwork can be shipped within 14 days of receipt
of full payment.
- The customer has a 14 day review period and if
the artwork is returned, the procedure would be to
contact the gallery by e-mail above to arrange pick
up of the work. A full refund will be made on the
purchase of the artwork after it has been checked
for any damage or alterations. The initial carriage
paid cannot be returned. However there is no charge
for returning the work as long as the work has not
been damaged in anyway.
- All the artwork has been framed by the artist as
per individual aesthetics of the paintings. Price
includes the framed price. However if the customer
would like to re-frame it, instructions for dismantling
the existing frames can be given. All the frames
are easy to take off without touching the artwork.
Please note that copyright remains with the artist
at all times. This means that the customer is not
permitted to reproduce images of any of the paintings
[either portrayed on this website or purchased] for
commercial use without prior written consent. However,
in case of interest in using one or more of images,
please contact the gallery. Requests will always
be considered happily.
Anyone creating a web site with original content,
written by the authors, has a legal right not to
allow illegal copying of the contents and images.
" The Berne Convention and the Universal Copyright Convention provide subjects
of signatory countries (among them Canada, the United States and the United Kingdom)
with automatic copyright protection. Any work in a fixed material form, published
or unpublished, is ruled to be the property of the author, who has the sole right
to produce or reproduce the work or a substantial part of that work. In the case
of recordings made on "mechanical contrivances," the work itself and
the individual recording are different items, copyrighted separately".