- Terms of delivery for artworks by Janneke van Genugten Schilderingen -
Purchase and/or order confirmation
Sketches and designs
Guarantees and indemnities
Delivery of products:
Costs in case of right of withdrawal
Exclusion of the right of withdrawal
- Appendix to the Terms of delivery -
You must check the reproduction personally for any damage upon receipt. For this you must remove it completely from the packaging. If the reproduction appears to be damaged, please contact me immediately but, in any case, within seven days after delivery.
The reproduction should be hung in the intended place as soon as possible. The reproduction is printed on a 12mm-thick birch multiplex plate. To prevent curvature or warping, do not stand the reproduction upright or obliquely. If you are unable to hang it immediately, unpack the reproduction in its entirety (including the removal of the corner protectors) and lay it on a flat surface on a thin soft cloth or sheet in a dry room to protect it from dampness.
The reproductions are not suitable for hanging outdoors, not even under a porch, as it may warp/expand due to moisture. The same applies to hanging the reproduction in a bathroom or kitchen; the reproduction does not tolerate moisture.
It is better not to clean it with a damp cloth but rather with a dry cloth or feather duster.
In order to hang and display the reproduction safely, it is best to use so-called slotted thumbs: a screw with a hook-shaped/upright section. You attach the slotted thumbs to the wall with a plug and hang the reproduction with the hooks on the back.
When you place an order for a reproduction or painting, it is necessary to pay the entire amount before delivery.
Original paintings on scaffolding wood
The paintings on scaffolding wood are suitable for hanging both indoors and outdoors under a protective roof. They should, however, be protected against humidity and shielded from direct sunlight. If desired, a layer of varnish may be applied, which will make them less susceptible to influences of the weather. Because of its heavy weight, the painting should be hung with so-called slotted thumbs (the heavier ones) that must be attached to the wall with plugs. The painting should be properly and carefully hung to prevent it from falling.
Because scaffolding wood is a natural type of wood it is susceptible to either shrinkage or swelling, depending on the temperature and humidity of the room where the work is installed.
When you place an order for an original painting on scaffolding wood, you will be required to pay 25% of the agreed total amount as an advance deposit, unless otherwise agreed.