What payment methods do you accept ?
You can order securely using Paypal. Sorry, we do not accept money orders or personal checks.

Do you accept payments by bank transfer?
We accept bank transfer payments but you have to email at sethart@otenet.gr for further informations.

What about the shipping?
The price includes the printing and the post expenses with registered package.

How long will it takes for my order to be processed ?
All orders are processed and shipped within 4-7 business days.

Where do you deliver ?
We ship to all countries internationally via Registered Mail.

What about our privacy ?
We do not rent, sell or distribute our customer base or newsletter e-mails to anyone. Your privacy is important to us and is completely guaranteed. When you give us your e-mail, address or phone number during the ordering process they are used for order confirmation purposes only.

What is Limited Edition?
Limited Edition – A reproduction of an original work of art that is signed and sequentially numbered by the artist. The total number of prints is fixed or limited by the artist or the publisher.

What is Certificate of Authenticity?
Certificate of Authenticity – A warranty statement of authenticity of a limited edition print that records the title of the work, the artist’s name, the edition size and the print’s number within the edition, the number of artist’s proofs and the release date. It is a guarantee that the edition is limited and that the image will not be published again in the same form.

What is Numbered?
Numbered – Each copy of a limited edition print is marked with two numbers separated by a slash mark. The first number identifies the particular copy, and the second indicates edition size: 42/950, for instance, identifies print number 42 of a 950-copy edition.

What is Open Edition?
Open Edition – A print produced with no predetermined limit to the number of copies that might be made. Open edition prints may or may not be signed by the artist.Open Edition prints are not numbered by artist and do not have a certificate of authenticity.

What is Artist Proof?
Artist Proof (AP) – Often numbered, these copies of a limited edition print are signed and typically titled “Artist Proof.” – Artist proofs are the first copies printed and used to indicate the artist’s approval of color reproduction and other mechanical aspects of the printing process. Artist proofs are a strong part of the printmaking tradition and are of a quality similar to the standard edition print. Artist’s proofs are distinguished by the abbreviation AP and are numbered separately; they often represent 10 percent of an edition and are slightly more expensive than prints in the regular edition.

About Limited Edition Prints and Certificates of Authenticity
All limited edition reproductions are numbered and are the only reproductions assigned a particular number. No other reproductions with the same number and subject exist or are permitted under copyright law and by the direction of the artist/creator, whose mark or signature appears on each authentication certificate.

All rights to reproductions are held by the Seth Siro Anton, except as may be specified otherwise in a written agreement with the purchaser of the original, who may elect to secure exclusive reproduction rights agreed to by the artist/creator. Any unauthorized reproduction of any part or all of a reproduction, or any original from which the reproductions are produced, is a violation of copyright law and subject to penalties under such law.

Reproductions or originals are the sole property of the owner/owners and shall be deemed as legal collateral or asset by the owners. The owner/owners shall also have resale or ownership transfer rights (except reproduction rights) as may be assigned by them.

These quality reproductions are printed on long-lasting, colorfast papers with high-grade, archive-quality, colorfast inks to assure high value and long endurance. To insure maximum life of reproductions, it is recommended that they be displayed or stored in an interior environment, out of strong or direct sunlight and at a stable temperature between 50 and 80 degrees Fahrenheit that is low in humidity. It should be noted that no guarantee to the endurance and stability of reproductions, as is the case with originals, can be provided, as their integrity or value is subject to the care and protection of the owner/owners and market conditions. No replacement of reproductions damaged, lost or destroyed in shipment via the mails or delivery services shall be provided, unless proof or confirmation of such claims can be demonstrated. Replacements shall be at the option of the provider. The provider shall not be responsible for circumstances beyond his control. To give reasonable assurance of delivery, shipments are via certified mail or in the case of shipping services, a tracking number is provided where possible. In the case of loss or damage to a particular numbered reproduction, the original number assigned that reproduction shall not be duplicated, but replaced with one of a different number to preserve uniqueness.

About Originals
Traditional medium originals are sold with optional copyrights and are presented as is, in their original medium form with or with out frame, certificate of authentication and ownership transfer statement. The status of remaining issue prints are retained by the artist unless otherwise agreed upon in writing. Provision of prints for sale to meet remaining issue numbers will be the responsibility of the artist or new owner as agreed upon in writing.

Digital originals are sold with optional copyrights and are presented as a CD file with a print, a certificate of authentication and ownership transfer statement. The status of remaining issue prints are retained by the artist unless otherwise agreed upon in writing. Provision of prints for sale to meet remaining issue numbers will be the responsibility of the artist or new owner as agreed upon in writing.

Some limited edition reproductions my not reflect the full number of that specified in the price list, but are subject to the ultimate limit of that number. This is done to limit risk of overstocking, minimizing unnecessary depletion of resources, possible loss in the event of disaster, and taking advantage of on-demand marketing conditions.

Seth Siro Anton exclusively prints on Photolab, www.photolab.gr