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Prefab77 - Let It Reign III (Blue), 2012
5 colour screenprint on Somerset 300GSM printmaking paper
Size: Signed, stamped and numbered Unframed; no apparent condition issues, stored in tube
Signed, stamped and numbered
Unframed; no apparent condition issues, stored in tube
Shipping & Returns
This artwork ships from an archive seller in the UK
Our archive is sourced from our community of vetted galleries and collectors to offer buyers ultra-rare artworks no longer available on the open market.
Orders can be returned within 14 days of receipt by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. For exclusions and details read our full returns policy.
Please note that your order may be subject to import duties and fees upon delivery, depending on your shipping destination.
30 day returns
If you find the same artwork for less anywhere in the UK, we’ll refund the difference
Try your art in your home for 30 days, then return it for free if you’re not completely happy
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What’s a rare artwork?
From rare limited edition prints to hard-to-find original artworks, our selection of secondary market sourced artworks provides you with easy access to in-demand pieces from esteemed artists. Supplied to us by trusted third-party sellers that are carefully vetted, you’re sure to find artworks you’ll love by celebrated contemporary and modern artists. We are dedicated to helping people to find original art that they can relate to and secondary market artworks span limited edition prints to sculptures and original artworks.
What is Archival Giclée
Giclée (/ʒiːˈkleɪ/ zhee-KLAY) is a neologism, ultimately derived from the French word gicleur, coined in 1991 by printmaker Jack Duganne for fine art digital prints made using inkjet printers. The name was originally applied to fine art prints created on a modified Iris printer in a process invented in the late 1980s. It has since been used widely to mean any fine-art printing, usually archival, printed by inkjet. It is often used by artists, galleries, and print shops for their high quality printing, but is also used generically for art printing of any quality.
How long will it take for my artwork to arrive?
We aim to dispatch unframed artworks within 10 working days of receiving your order. Postage within the UK takes around 1-3 working days. Custom framed items are usually dispatched within 21 working days of receiving your order. For more information, see our delivery page.
What is your returns policy?
Once you receive your artwork, you have 30 days to return it and get a full refund if you're not happy. If you would like to return an artwork, please contact us first at email@example.com. It is your responsibility to cover the return postage. Our returns' policy excludes items that are hand-made to order, such as artwork that has been framed, purchased as part of a timed release, or commissioned. These can only be returned if they are faulty.
How much does delivery cost?
UK delivery is free on orders over £100. Framed artworks cost £9.50 and we can only ship these within the UK. We also offer pick up from our studio. Worldwide delivery is dependent on location. For more information on delivery costs, head to our delivery page.
What payment methods are accepted?
We accept Visa, Mastercard, American Express and Maestro. We also accept payment via PayPal, Apple Pay, Shop Pay and Klarna. We also offer financing through Own Art. Payment will be taken as soon as your order has been placed.
Can I get my artwork framed?
Yes! We work with a network of expert framers, and you can add a selection of frames to an artwork on the artwork page. Please see our framing page for more details, as well as information on additional styles that we can offer.
If you are shipping internationally, please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org first, so we can help you with any specialist shipping quotes you might need.