F.A.Q. for buyers
Worldwide by airmail (Croatian post with tracking number) for most artworks. The biggest artworks on glass require special treatment, insurance and delivery by professional company.
We may refuse to sell more valuable artworks to countries which don’t support receiving packages with stated value.
PayPal for most artworks, bank account payment with contract for most expensive paintings.
Packing and shipping cost for art on paper
Europe: 10 eur flat rate
Overseas (USA): 20 eur flat rate
Free shipping for orders over 300 eur
Export permits for more valuable artworks are issued by Croatian Ministry of Culture. This is free for the buyer, but may delay the delivery. The permit is mandatory for oil on glass works, sketches and drawings.
How to buy?
Please send an email with number and title of an artwork/item you are interested in (just copy/paste everything below the image) and we’ll reply as soon as possible. There’s no automated sale nor virtual shopping cart. You’ll be in direct email contact with members of Generalic family, mostly Goran, son of Josip and grandson of Ivan Generalic.
Where’s the price?
The price, dimensions, technique etc. is usually below the image when enlarged (click on thumbnail). Some prices are on request by email only.
There are two dimensions in an artwork’s description. Why?
Appearing almost always for art on paper. First dimension is a total paper size. The second one is the size of actual drawing/print/etching print/silkscreen print on that paper. This is used to raise the fairness of the offer, so the buyer knows exactly what he/she is buying.
You will receive a Certificate of Authenticity for purchased artworks made by Ivan and Josip Generalic (upon request with order).
“Please note that this is a first hand sale from my private, family collection. This is not a gallery sale nor my primary business.”
– Goran Generalic
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F.A.Q. for visitors
Q: I want to sell an artwork I own!
A: We are not interested in buying artworks nor have a “list of buyers”. Please consult the nearest art dealer in your city.
Q: I have a painting made by _____. How much is it worth?
A: We do not evaluate artworks. Please browse hereby offered artworks and their respective prices to have a rough idea about how much something could be worth and bought for. Mind that artwork’s value and its market price are two different things.
F.A.Q. about Croatian Naive Art
Q: Where can I get more info about recognized Croatian Naive Art painters?
A: Please visit the Croatian Museum of Naive Art .
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