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Easy Returns Policy
If for any reason, you are not completely satisfied with your purchase, you may return your oil paintings within a period of 45 days from the original purchase date -- all we ask is that you send the painting and frame back to us in the original box.
Shipping a Return is FREE for customers receiving an exchange or store credit. There are no return shipping charges for orders originally shipped to a destination within the contiguous United States that are to receive an exchange or store credit. Please note return shipments must also be shipped from the United States. Customers must retain their original packaging for all returns.
Please note: Any changes to an item by the customer such as self stretching, self gallery wrapping or self fixing voids the return policy.**
New! Fast Flat Rate Shipping to Canada
If you are shipping to Canada, just choose the Canada Shipping method from the Shipping options menu during checkout. All Canada Shipments are $40 and will be shipped 'FedEx Express Shipping' so they will arrive in 3-6 days!
BOGOEASTER Offer: Purchase any framed or unframed oil painting displayed on our website and receive an additional framed or unframed oil painting of your choice of equal or lesser value for free. This offer cannot be applied to previous or pending purchases. It cannot be combined with any other offers and discounts and does not apply to the purchase of gift certificates, art deal of the day, doorbusters, mirrors, custom size orders and special orders.
**If a painting is returned damaged and not in its original packaging (with protective corners and box) a fee will be issued against the credit due for the returned item. Not to exceed the full purchase price and no less than 1/2 the value of the item if item arrives in unsellable condition.
Giovanni Boldini, despite being born and buried in Ferrara, Italy, rose to prominence in England and France. After receiving a small amount of training in Florence, he traveled to London. He transitioned from some of his earlier paintings of landscapes into a career portraitist, painting the likenesses of some of London's most prominent people. This reputation only grew after his move to Paris. His long, flowing, and expressive brush strokes are emotive and free.
Boldini came to know, paint, and be painted by some of the other great artists of the day. He painted James McNeill Whistler, John Singer Sargent, Edgar Degas, Paul-César Helleu, and more. Many of his other subjects were extremely wealthy and equally eccentric, with one woman keeping pet cheetahs and wearing snakes as jewelry. As he aged, he would return to studying landscapes somewhat as well as painting mostly nudes of young women of his own volition, rather than commissioned portraits.
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