FAQ’s

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Frequently Asked Questions

You can find answers to the most common questions below. If you would like to get in touch, please contact us by clicking here

Absolutely, you can collect from our gallery in Newcastle. Simply select the ‘collect from gallery’ option at check out.

Here at North East Art Collective we accept a variety of payments. We take secure card payment via Sage Pay and accept Visa, Maestro, Mastercard, Amex and Paypal.

We also offer the Own Art Scheme, where by originals and Limited Edition Giclee prints (with a run of 150 or less) can be purchased to a value of £2500 with interest free repayments over 10 months. If the product you are interested in is more than the maximum allowance then deposits and down payments can be made to help achieve your purchase. Please see our Own Art Page for more information.

A Limited Edition Print is a reproduction of an original piece of artwork. Every limited edition print that we offer is produced to a strictly fixed number which protects its authenticity and increases it’s value and collectability. All Limited Edition prints are numbered in sequence, and hand signed by the artist.

A Hand-Embellished print is usually an open edition print that the artist has re worked. After producing the prints the artist will re-visit the print to work further on the picture adding extra details with a chosen medium often Acrylic, Oil’s or Pastels. No two Hand-Embellished prints look the same the artist will always add slight variations to the image adding individuality and value.

A Lithograph print is produced by scanning the original painting on to limestone with a wax based printing ink before printing onto paper. This is a traditional method invented in 1796 that has been adapted to modern printing machinery.

A Giclee print is produced by scanning the original painting and printing through the use of a very high resolution Inkjet Printer. The name originally came from the use of Iris printers in the 1980’s but has stuck with the technique as it has developed with modern day technology.

An original piece of art is a piece that has been created by the hand of the artist. Original art can produced through a wide variety of media’s including Oil’s, Acrylic’s, Stone and Glass. We offer a wide range of original art work and where possible we ensure that all of our available work is available online.

All of our original pieces of art come with both a bespoke certificate that is signed by the artist and ourselves as well as a VAT receipt.

Couriers will not insure glazed or fragile items. On glazed items or items that are very fragile we remove the option for delivery if you have chosen glass as a glazing option but give you the choice to collect from gallery. If you cannot collect from one of our galleries please contact us for further delivery options. We may be able to deliver in exceptional circumstances depending on the individual item and the delivery address.