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Our MissionConnecting children with the environment with ‘LIVE’ art adventures & exhibiting their art in the World Gallery to highlight what we all stand to lose. Our artists give their time to inspire, engage and connect children to art and the natural world through our extraordinary arts project that we run with the Born Free Foundation and the Eden Project.Last Chance to Paint is our free gift to the world and we have over 270 schools in 29 countries taking part.FIND OUT MORE NOW AND SIGN UP

Above: Artist John Dyer painting in the rainforest of Borneo with endangered orangutans.

Delivery to your door

We deliver Worldwide

Free UK Delivery

We provide a complimentary delivery service with the Royal Mail and other selected courier companies for items purchased online from The John Dyer Gallery for our customers in the mainland UK. We offer specially reduced shipping rates for our Worldwide customers and are happy to ship to most destinations around the World.

We have many clients based in the UK, EU as well as the USA, Australia and other worldwide destinations. We make sure that everything we send is carefully packed.

Import fees for artworks to non UK locations. (Updated January 2021)

All of our paintings are sent using the export and commodity code: 9701100000 and our collectable art prints and posters with 9702000000 as these are collector's items. These export/commodity codes normally entitle goods to be free of import duties (not necessarily VAT) in most countries. Our EORI number is GB785269480000.

N.B.  You should check the details for your specific location to be aware of any additional import or VAT fees that could potentially apply as you will be liable to pay these locally at your expense. UK couriers generally use the DDU system (Delivered Duty Unpaid) as every country has changing and complex tax systems. 

Other items, such as books or gift items, have different codes applied, such as 4911990000 and we advise you to check the regulations in your country for imports.

We have dramatically reduced our shipping fees for international orders following the UK's departure from the EU to assist our customers who live outside of the UK and to reduce their costs.

Packaging

Unframed prints and art posters are shipped in sturdy cardboard tubes via the Royal Mail. Framed art posters are packed in boxes that provide all the protection required to travel safely on UPS, DPD, TNT, ParcelForce, DHL or other couriers.

Our original paintings are individually packed with bubble wrap and we cut wooden hardboard to cover each surface of the painting to provide the perfect protection.

For our larger paintings, that are delivered in the UK, we often use a specialist arts courier who provides a point to point delivery service.

Very large original paintings being exported have crates built for them by a specialist arts courier before despatch.

All of these options are provided complimentary to our UK buyers and at a highly reduced cost to our overseas collectors. 

Delivery Policy

We will get your order to you as soon as we possibly can.

If we think it will take us longer than 5 working days to despatch your order to you we will contact you to keep you informed. Once despatched the Royal Mail now take between 1 and 3 days to deliver unframed prints and smaller framed art posters. Large framed art posters and original paintings are sent on a high speed next day delivery service once we have packaged them and should arrive within three days from despatch.

If you need your items delivered really urgently please telephone us on 01326 735 016 and we will take your order over the phone and discuss the options with you.

If you live out of the UK delivery will take a little longer. You can always call us on +44 (0) 1326 735 016 and we can take payment and arrange delivery over the phone. We accept all major credit cards including Amex.

We are sure you will be delighted with the art you purchase from us and look forward to hearing from you soon.

Best wishes from the John Dyer Gallery.