We take care to ensure that our descriptions and images are as accurate as possible. It is important to us that the artwork you receive meets your expectations from viewing it on screen.
Please read our notes below on colour and condition.
We photograph artworks under controlled lighting and colour-check the images on a calibrated screen. Please note that colours can appear slightly differently depending on the calibration of the screen on which they are viewed.
All our artworks are of some age, and many are antique. Depending on paper type, some degree of ageing is to be expected and is part of the authenticity of the work. We take care to describe the condition of artworks as fully as possible in our descriptions and photographs. We list any significant condition issues, such as losses, tears, foxing, stains and age toning. For more subtle marks, irregularities or variations in tone, please consult the photographs provided as additional indication of condition. If you have any questions regarding the condition of a specific work, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.