Galleries

Fine Art Print Galleries

 

Purchasing Options

1. Order open edition embossed prints directly from the site using Paypal. A4* giclee prints on fine art archival paper.

2. Order open edition cards, mounted/framed prints, and canvases of James’ work from his Redbubble portfolio.

3. For work not currently on Redbubble, contact James with details of image and format desired and he will get back to you as soon as the items are available to purchase from Redbubble – usually within 48 hours.

4. 30x40cm and 40x60cm fine art prints of a small selection of James’ work now available from Ay! que gusto / Colino Erotic Art Gallery.

*Image height and width varies depending on the aspect ratio of the original file. A small border will be included for mounting. All prints taken from 300dpi digital files.

Please note that computer screens cannot accurately display the subtlety of tone and colour present in the actual prints.


Commission Work

You like what you see, but have a specific image in mind for your collection?
Maybe you want an erotic image that nobody else in the world owns.
James is happy to accept personal commissions and work to your brief, however vague or precise.
You can be involved in the model selection process, or cast your own model(s) – who must be 18 years or older.
To discuss your ideas for unique erotic art, contact James:

email: james@thesensualphoto.com

phone: 07757 259390

Returns

Items damaged in transit should be returned to James within 15 days of receipt, and a replacement will be dispatched. No other returns can be accepted.
Please see Redbubble terms and conditions for purchases made via their website.

Copyright

Copyright is owned solely by James Reynard. Prints are sold solely for display. No reproduction or commercial rights are released.
Photographic, electronic, offset publishing,or any other means of production are strictly prohibited without the written consent of James Reynard.

And Finally…

…a note about image titles here and on Redbubble. Ignore them.
They are only present for technical reasons, and James’ preference is that all his work remains untitled.