Wyecliffe Benefits - Exacting Standards

March 24, 2019

Wyecliffe Benefits - Exacting Standards

With over 30 years experience in art: we’ve developed an exacting set of standards to ensure our 2500 works are immaculate.

Starting at dispatch from the artist’s studio, we’ve worked together with our community of artists to ensure delivery to the gallery is as meticulous as possible - each work packaged in durable polyurethane and reinforced corners for safe transit.

Upon arrival in our Weybridge showroom; each and every new arrival is examined by Keyleigh, Adam and their stock team. Frames are scrutinised for a perfect finish: glass is polished to perfection with anti-static art cloths. Auxiliary features like the string/wire and certification on the reverse are checked for positioning and correct mounting. Finally the work itself is inspected to ensure a flawless transition from studio to gallery.

Once these conditions are met: the works are painstakingly recorded in our state-of-the-art database system (including advanced location tracking) and extensively photographed by Lucy and the image processing team. With extensive ‘macro’ detail shots utilising the Canon EOS 5DS camera: these shots not only form the basis for internet and print promotions: but form a visual record of the work at ultra-high resolution.

Finally; the works that aren’t immediately selected for the gallery walls (or better still, immediately dispatched to a lucky collector) are archived in our temperature controlled ‘vault’. Stored upright, fully surrounded in custom high-impact expanded rubber: the securely stored paintings are routinely checked and rotated onto gallery displays to ensure they remain in mint condition.

Once these conditions are met: the works are painstakingly recorded in our state-of-the-art database system (including advanced location tracking) and extensively photographed by Lucy and the image processing team. With extensive ‘macro’ detail shots utilising the Canon EOS 5DS camera: these shots not only form the basis for internet and print promotions: but form a visual record of the work at ultra-high resolution.

Finally; the works that aren’t immediately selected for the gallery walls (or better still, immediately dispatched to a lucky collector) are archived in our temperature controlled ‘vault’. Stored upright, fully surrounded in custom high-impact expanded rubber: the securely stored paintings are routinely checked and rotated onto gallery displays to ensure they remain in mint condition.

Upon purchase; the work is cleaned again and meticulously subjected to our trademark 12-point checking system to ensure a safe secure journey to its ultimate destination.

With a network of framers, restorers, conservators and art-dealers with over 50-years experience in the industry: you can rest assured your world-class art receives the highest level of scrutiny and care.

Benefits of Buying from Wyecliffe






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