premier paintings
PREMIER PAINTINGS
Original Victorian and Contemporary Paintings
Highland landscape painting by J Brill
Highland landscape painting by John Henry Boel
Highland landscape painting by Breanski
Highland landscape painting by Prudence Turner
Highland cattle painting by J Crawford
Highland cattle painting by T H Gibb
Highland landscape painting by John Suker
Highland landscape painting by Joel Owen
Highland landscape painting by E Swift
Highland landscape painting by Francis Jamieson

How to Sell

Premier Paintings does not buy or sell paintings. We advertise paintings for sale on behalf of customers who then sell their paintings direct to enquirers without any further involvement by Premier Paintings.

Paintings are advertised on behalf of customers for a fixed annual fee. To sell one or more paintings please contact us.

E: enquiries@premierpaintings.com

Prices

The cost of advertising a picture for sale on the Premier Paintings website is related to the asking price. Prices listed below are for advertising a painting on the website for one year.

Price band Cost of advertising
£1 - £500 £30
£501 - £1,000 £40
£1,001 - £5,000 £50
£5,001 - £10,000 £60
£10,001+ £100

Payment

Payment for advertising is by bank transfer. VAT is not payable on the cost of adverts.

Picture Information

Once we have agreed to advertise your picture(s) for sale you will need to email to us the following information for each picture:

1. Digital image of picture (include the frame)
2. Size of canvas (inner dimensions of frame)
3. Size of frame (outer dimensions of frame)
4. Title of painting (if known)
5. Medium (oil, water colour etc)
6. Price (this is the price we will advertise your painting for)
7. Your name (not added to website)
8. Your address (not added to website)
9. Your telephone number (this will be used on your ad)

If you inform us that your picture is sold your contact telephone number will be removed from the site.

Valuations

Please note that Premier Paintings cannot give valuations or enter into any discussion about what a painting may be worth or how best to dispose of it.

Clarence Roe painting of a Stag in the Scottish Highlands
Highland landscape painting by Francis Jamieson
Highland landscape painting by Thomas Stanley Barber
Highland landscape painting by Francis Jamieson
Highland landscape painting by Francis Jamieson
Highland landscape painting by Francis Jamieson
Highland cattle painting by Charles W Oswald
Highland cattle painting by Charles W Oswald