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Commissioning a pet portrait is a very personal affair and therefore a lot of time and consideration is taken in creating a bespoke portrait that fulfills each clients own personal requirements. Progress photos are supplied throughout the painting process to ensure the client receives a portrait that fully encapsulates their pet in oils.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Please find below a canvas portrait  price guide - payment plans available

 

8" x 10" from £195                      10" x 10" from £225                    10" x 12" from £250                        10" x 14" from £275            

        12" x 12" from £275                      12" x 16" from £315                     14" x 18" from £355                       16" x 16" from £355                      

        16" x 20" from £395

 

 

   

Pet portraits are also available on

                                                                                           solid wood pebbles or stars

 

 Pebble Portrait  

                                                                                                  (approx 2.5" x 3.5")

                                                                                                                 £35

                                                               

                                                                                                  Beech Star Portrait                

                                                                                   (approx 2.5" from point to point)

  £27.50

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

191-600 Carbi - small

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"Amazing artist! Our portrait of Fred is astoundingly beautiful."

"When I received the parcel, I unwrapped it, and tried to brush off 'stray hairs' , then I realised these were part of the painting, so realistic!"