HOUSE PORTRAITS IN WATERCOLOUR

A watercolour portrait of your house…

A watercolour house portrait can make a lovely gift for that special occasion for someone you love, or maybe you are moving and would like a memento of your present home. Whatever the reason, let me know, and I’ll be happy to help.

Commissioning a House Portrait

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How it Works

If you email me any photos you have of the house, I will send you back a ‘rough’ preliminary pencil sketch for approval of angle/details. When you are happy with this and we are agreed upon a size and price then I produce a beautiful watercolour portrait of your house! I like to include a nicely cut double-mount which is then cello-wrapped, packed and sent by guaranteed next day signed for delivery.

 

Prices

Dependent upon the size of the painting and complexity of the subject, but for a typical house portrait to a ‘framed’ size of approx. 20″ x 16″ (50 x 40cm) I would ask £325.00 (Image size approx. 15″ x 11″) This would be inclusive of a nicely cut double mount, cello-wrapped (but not framed), packaging and sent by guaranteed next day signed for delivery.

 

Fast Service

Quick service available , I am used to last minute requests, so try me! (If no urgency I will usually turn around a house portrait within two to three weeks but I do get busy at certain times of the year)

Framing

I am no longer able to offer a framing service for my watercolour paintings, but when I am mounting the image I am happy to make the size a ‘standard’ frame size eg 40cm x 50cm as required. This will enable you to buy an ‘off the peg’ frame for speed and economy of framing should this be a factor.

Quote

Send me either a photo via email, or phone with a description of your house and I can give you a quote.

Email chris@chrisfothergill.co.uk or call 01684 563754 / 07899 782845

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