How do I know artworks sold by Art of the Pen are authentic?
All works are signed or stamped, and the bill of sale that is supplied with each work serves as your certificate of authenticity.
Can I view my artwork in person prior to purchase?
Yes. It is highly recommended you view work above the value of £100 before ordering. To book an appointment call: 020 70616228
Art of the Pen
Unit 5 Bentinck Court
London UB7 7RQ
What is an edition?
An edition is an artwork that is produced in an identical way more than once; a ‘limited edition’ artwork is one of a series that was produced in this way a set number of times.
What is a print?
A print is a work of art that is created by an artist and then printed by hand using a variety of process, usually by a professional artisan printer under direct supervision of the artist.
What is a unique multiple?
This term describes an artwork that is produced more than once, but is not identical in every detail to other works in the same series. Each work will differ very slightly different one to the next, either by virtue of the fact the pieces are handmade, or because the artist has made a deliberate decision to introduce a small ‘unique’ element into each work.
What are the options on framing?
Most prints are available with or without a frame. If you wish the work to be framed, we can arrange that for you. Please allow a 7-10 working days. If you buy a print online and are interested in framing for your purchase, please add a note to the customer comments section and a sales assistant will be in touch.
What payments methods does Art of the Pen accept?
Paypal and Debit card
What are the return and cancellation policies?
Please refer to our Terms & Condition page: Cancellations and Returns Procedures.
Where do you ship?
Website sales are shipped worldwide. Please refer to our Delivery page for further information.
How much is shipping?
Once you’ve clicked through to Secure Checkout, you can enter your delivery address and choose a shipping method. Shipping costs are then calculated and tacked on to your subtotal at the bottom of the page.