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Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Do you provide a money back guarantee?

A: We Sumos want nothing but your happiness! We are happy to offer a money back guarantee on all paintings sold on Art Sumo. If you are unhappy for any reason, please return the un-framed, unused and un-damaged painting in its original packaging for a full refund.

Q: How much does shipping cost?

A: We currently charge $9.00 USD to the USA, $15.00 USD to Canada or $50.00 USD to anywhere else.

Q: Where do you ship?

A: We are happy to provide worldwide shipping.

Q: How long does it take for my purchased painting to reach me?

A: Paintings are usually coming all the way from the developing world and thus should take approximately 3-4 weeks to reach you. Your receipt will provide you with a more exact time frame.

Q: Do you provide a framing service for your paintings?

A: No, all paintings will reach you in a rolled tube. We like the rustic, original quality of the canvas before framing, and we think you will as well! There should be numerous local area framers which you can use to both stretch and frame the canvases.

Q: Why are paintings only available for a limited time?

A: Like most galleries, Art Sumo only posses the exclusively right to sell an artist's work for a limited amount of time. If work does not sell within a reasonable time frame, we relinquish these exclusive rights so to allow the artists to sell their work locally through other channels.

Q: How can I get in touch with you?

A: Please drop us a line via the Contact Us page or call us at 206-235-9566.

Q: Why did you start Art Sumo?

A: A couple of years ago, Naysawn met an artist named Abhishek while traveling through New Delhi, India. Abhishek, along with the rest of his immediate family, specialized in extremely intricate depictions of the story of Krishna and it was more impressive than anything he had ever seen. Yet despite the incredible richness of the paintings versus the incomparably cheap price, he recounted how difficult it was to find enthusiastic buyers in his local market. Naysawn couldn't help but think about the number of friends and family back home who would absolutely love to hang Abhishek's art on their own walls and how expensive comparable work would be at home. To make it easier for international artists to gain exposure, he decided to leave his job at Microsoft, to found ArtSumo to make this possible.