Here at Where4ArtThou we have been selling high quality artwork online since 2005.
We specialise in the slightly older, rarer and hard-to-find limited prints and originals by popular artists from the Washington Green publishing house.
All items listed on this site are in stock and available for purchase. At Where4ArtThou, we don’t entice visitors to our site from search engines by listing huge numbers of unstocked items that sold out years ago!
If you are searching for a particular item by one of our listed artists, but can’t find what you’re looking for, do drop us a line to see if we can help.
Sadly we do not have a permanent physical gallery space, but we can arrange viewings for artworks strictly by appointment only – see our contact page.
Shipping is free anywhere in the UK.
We only ship to the UK, using a reliable courier, and damage insurance is included.
You can cancel up to the point we dispatch your order at no cost. If you wish to cancel after dispatch, or after you have received your order, you may do so within 7 days of receipt of the goods, however, you will have to pay for the cost of postage for the return, including damage insurance. We will be unable to refund the cost of services already supplied – i.e. the actual cost of posting the goods to you. If you wish to cancel after 7 days of receipt please contact us and we will do all we can to help. All refunds are provided the goods are still wrapped and in their original sealed condition as received. In the event of items dispatched by us that are damaged in the post, we will replace (where possible) or refund the items, provided the original goods are returned back to us. In this case only, we will pay postage for the return of the damaged goods.
Situations vary, so in all instances, please do contact us first to discuss, and to determine the best resolution.
Where4ArtThou is part of the Digital-e group which has been trading online since 2000, and providing services online since 1996.
Where4ArtThou and the Digital-e trading name is wholly owned and operated by Roger Attrill.