Most items do come framed within the price provided. All items can be framed on request.
Framed sizes may differ from the image sizes provided if not otherwise specified.
Images can be provided of the piece in situ or in it's currently framed state.
Please get in touch to discuss framing or to confirm existing framed size and appearance.
Sometimes things don’t work out, and that’s OK.
If you are a consumer based in the UK/European Union, you can return an item until 14 days after you have received the Goods and receive a full refund.
Unfortunately the right to refund does not apply to items that are personalised, bespoke or made-to-order to your specific requirements.
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UK delivery may be complimentary but ArtsHaus galleries also deliver artwork worldwide using specialist carriers.
Artwork is also available for pickup in person free of charge and in some cases the gallery can arrange home viewings.
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Nick Bush lives and works in Newhaven, East Sussex. He is a graduate of the Glasgow School of Art and the Royal Drawing School, London.
He has a perennial subject, this being the port of Newhaven, with its cliffs, river, breakwater and views of the English Channel. Walking along the cliffs there are often dramatic and sudden shifts in scale whilst the floodplains of the Ouse Valley celebrate flatness. Eastbourne, the town where he was born, with its seafront whiteness and the formal setting of the Devonshire Park is another place he enjoys depicting. He also occasionally paints on the Weald of Sussex, the space between the North and South Downs. Albeit, it is by the cliffs that his paintings are inspired. It is this local topography that is often the starting point for his paintings.
Exhibitions include: The Royal Academy Summer Exhibition, The Lynn Painter-Stainers Prize and The ING Discerning Eye.