Worldwide shipping can be arranged and delivery will be calculated to your specific location and timeline, for a quote please send an enquiry form for the artwork(s) you are interested in buying, and the location you wish the artworks(s) to be shipped to, as well as the timeline you wish to receive the artworks by. Shipping is billed separately as this is a third party service.


Shipping is fulfilled by our trusted third-party couriers. Artwork is insured whilst in transit as standard to the value of the sale price of the artwork. Delivery dates will be arranged when convenient, shipping can be expected in Mainland UK and Europe within 2-10 business days depending on the size and weight of the paintings being shipped as well as the time of the order was placed.


Crating is an integral part of the company, it is of the utmost importance that you receive your artworks in the condition it left the studio. We make bespoke wooden crates in house for each artwork we send directly from the studio. 
These are made with precision and thought, using tried and tested machining and building methods. We make our own crates to ensure the highest standard of build quality and artwork handling methods are carried out.  This makes sure the condition report you read on our website represents the actual condition of the painting when it leaves the studio.

We have created an extremely robust shipping crate design. The primary crate material is plywood, which is reinforced and then lined with PE foam that dampens any vibrations in transit; the painting is also wrapped in archival grade PH neutral fabric to ensure nothing reacts with the painting surface. These materials combined to offer excellent protection whilst the artwork is in transit.



Please keep all packaging material for the first 14 days if you are thinking of returning the artwork(s), as returns will not be accepted unless artworks are packed and transported in the original bespoke packaging.
If the crate is small enough we recommend putting it in a safe place in your loft or garage if you have one as this crate will be can be reused many times, and will protect your artwork when in transit.

The wooden crates can be recycled as plywood can be reused time and time again. The PE Foam should be removed and either kept as this is museum grade packaging foam, or take to your local recycling center and ask them what is best to do with it.

If you have a large crate, there are several options keep it if you have the room, dismantle it and repurpose the materials, list it on sites like gumtree see if anyone wishes to take it off your hands, or recycle it.