FAQ

  • Question: What is a Lithograph?

    A lithograph is a printing process of creating templates for original artworks. All lithographs offered by J-Post Art are limited editions, signed and numbered by the artist or publisher.

  • Question: What is the difference between hand-signed lithograph to plate singed lithograph?

    Hand-signed lithograph is an original authorized lithograph by the artist. A plate signed lithograph, usually was made after the artist’s death.

  • Question: Do you ship the artworks with frame?

    No. The works are not framed due to their fragility.

  • Question: How can I pay for the works on the website?

    Payment can be made by credit card only. We accepts all international credit cards accept American Express.
  • Question: Do I receive an invoice for my order?

    Yes. Once the order is approved by your credit card company, you will receive an invoice to the email address you provided when you registered.

  • Question: What is Jpost Art Terms & Conditions?

    Please note that the purchase of works through ynetart, requires reading and agreeing on the rules of the website. ynetart Terms & Conditions describes in details the terms of the acquisition, and provides an important information you should know before you purchasing. For your convenience, Terms & Conditions appears on the bottom of every page on the website.

  • Question: Why should I sign up for Jerusalem Post Art?

    Signing up for Jerusalem Post Art is freely and with no any obligation to purchase works. After you will sing in, we will be happy to inform you about all that is new in Israeli largest art portal. general information about Jerusalem Post Art artists, special offers, Exhibition and more.

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