I'm often asked about commissioned paintings, of someone's house, local landscape, the Junction, for example. Usually these are done from photographs, either supplied by the person wanting the commission, or by myself.
How does commissioning a painting work. First, contact me with brief details and a photo, if you have one, of the house or the subject you have in mind, to give me an idea of how much work it would involve. I can always change things in your photo, the sky for example.
Do you want an oil painting or a watercolour? Also a size if you have one in mind, otherwise I will discuss this with you. First thing to consider regarding size - including any frame - is where will it hang?
Prices, unframed. Depends on the complexity and size of your commission, but as a general guide: watercolour painting of 20x16 inches (50x40cim) £225. Oil paintings start at, £450, then depends on size required. Oil or acrylic paintings involve more time spent on them.
The only other charge is deliver charge. Watercolours, unframed, price includes delivery within the UK. Watercolours are usually sent rolled up in a postal tube.. With oil paintings, I will give you a quote once I have all the information regarding your requirements.
For sale. Price £180 + postage