Frequently Asked Questions
How long does it take to reproduce a work of art?
This depends upon the work, usually we can deliver a work within 3 to 6 weeks of your order.
Who paints the reproductions?
Conservator, Gilder and Restorer of Fine Art
Completed a Masters Degree 2002 at the Department of Conservation and Restoration at the Institute of Protection and Conservation of Historic Artworks, Torun University.
Agnieszka completed her internship at the Museum of Karkonosze in 2002, she has worked on conservation and restoration of a 15th Century panel painting using distemper technique, a 15th Century sculpture of Saint Stanislaus, a baroque distemper wall-painting in a Cistercian Monastery in near Wroclaw, polychrome furniture and numerous other paintings.
She has practised in a conservation and restoration studio in Paris, and worked on retouching Pietro da Cortona's mosaics at the Church of Santa Chiara in Urbino, Italy.
, Artist and Restorer
Piter has been painting since the 1980's, a gallery of Piter's stunning individual works is available online at: www.adk.pl/piter/
Eye Workshop Art Reproductions are based in the historic city of Toruń
, which is home to one of Poland's foremost Art History and Conservation Centres at the University of Nicolaus Copernicus
What are your guarantees?
Our paintings come with an Eye Workshop Certificate and we also offer a partial refunds if you are not entirely satisfied on receipt of your painting. After commissioning a painting and receiving it, if you are not fully satisfied with the painting or you want to correct some details you can return the painting to us in it's original condition within one month, and we will refund 60%.
Are paintings framed?
The paintings are normally delivered without a frame, but can be framed if required.
Are there other websites worth visiting?
We have a number of partners, and recommend visiting the following websites:
World Painting Gallery
, offering Reproduction Art and Custom Portraits.