Questions and answers
Who do I trade with?
This shop is run by my company:
Peter Strøiman ApS
c/o Peter Strøiman
CVR no: 32 29 06 71
Right of withdrawal
If you do not want the item, you must notify us within 14 days of receiving the item that you wish to use your right of cancellation. You then have 14 days to return the item.
Upon receipt of the item in reasonable condition, the amount will be returned via the credit card used for payment. If you want the amount transferred to a bank account or MobilePay, please note this when making the inquiry. Likewise, if the original credit card is no longer valid.
When using the right of withdrawal, you must pay for return shipping yourself.
The item must be properly packaged upon return, so please keep the packaging if you are in doubt as to whether you want to keep the item.
When purchasing several items, you do not have to regret the entire purchase, but can content yourself with returning individual items.
Shipping and freight?
I ship to the EU. For orders over 500 DKR, shipping is included for Danish addresses.
Additional shipping may be added for addresses outside Denmark.
What quality are the materials for framed limited edition works?
The images are printed with Canon's Lucia ink on quality papers from Hahnemühle. The paper types are well respected in the gallery world. Specifically, I use the following types of paper:
- PhotoRag Baryta
- PhotoRag .308
- William Turner
All the papers are cotton based rather than cellulose so they won't yellow over time.
I have also chosen paper types that are free of OBA (Optical Brightening Agents). This is a chemical added to some types of paper to make them brighter and allows them to reproduce a higher contrast. Unfortunately, the chemicals evaporate over time and the effect disappears. It does take decades though.
The picture is mounted in a frame with non-reflective UV protective acrylic glass, so that the pictures last a lifetime.
What quality are the materials for open editions and posters?
Open editions and posters are offered in the same exclusive quality as the limited edition works.
However, they are often also provided on a more reasonably priced paper type.
Is there VAT on Fine Arts Photos?
Signed and framed prints are sold under the special Danish VAT rules for works of art, which states that the VAT is 5%.
Open editions and posters are sold with normal 25% Danish VAT.