Pet Portrait FAQ’s
Questions & Answers
Thank you for your questions.
Most of your queries will hopefully be answered in this section.
If however, you cannot find the answer to what you are looking for, please contact me with your enquiry using the online contact form or please phone me on 07884 198748
How much does it cost to do a Pet Portrait?
There can be many variables that determine the cost of a pet portrait painting. For example, because I am able to work from poor quality and multiple photographs this may reflect in the cost of your painting
There is also the choice of size and medium, plus the type of background you prefer.
Therefore, please telephone me on: 07884 198748.
You can also email over to me your favourite dog photos with any ideas you might have regarding the portrait you would like and I will get back to you with a quote tailored to your specific request.
Email your Photo’s to us…
If you want a truly professional job, then look no further-
I use only the best quality artists materials from Winsor Newton and Daler Rowney ensuring that your portrait will have long lasting light fastness and the richest depth of colours producing the highest quality Pet Portrait painting.
How long does it take to complete a Pet Portrait Painting.
This depends upon what is required.
From starting a pet portrait to completion, can take about a week to 10 days. More complex compositions take longer.
If you require framing of the portrait, we have our own bespoke framing workshop so all work can usually be completed within that time frame too.
What Kind of photos do you require?
I work from both digital and printed photographs that either you provide or we can take. Smart phone photos are acceptable. If you can send as many photos as possible via email or if printed copies, by post.
I can work from multiple photos to successfully capture the composition you have in mind. I can take the head of your pet from one photo and the body of your pet from another photo.
Printed photos can be sent to:
Mrs Penelope Richardson
4a Top Street,
When sending printed photos I would recommend sending them by recorded delivery i.e. Royal Mail Special Delivery.