40.000 kr

Size: 25x33 cm.

In a cardboard frame without glass.

Technology: Watercolors on paper.

Location of artwork

You can see in which city the artist is located, here at the top of the page, under the artist's name.

After purchase, you will receive the exact location of the artist's studio.

Purchase process

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Delivery method

There is a choice between picking up the work at the artist's studio or home delivery.

Note that the artist's location is indicated in the options.
The price of home delivery depends on the size of the work. From ISK 990 - 4990 kr.
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Payment methods

We offer several payment methods. Customers pay as they see fit:
Credit or debit cards, bank transfer, Netgíró, Aur and Pei.
Note: If a bank transfer is selected, bank details will be displayed after clicking on "Complete order".

Delivery of artwork

Once payment has been received, the artist will receive information about the purchase. The artist then prepares the work for delivery. If you chose to pick up the work, the artist will contact you as soon as possible and you will decide a time that best suits you.

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With 14 days return policy and our 100% money-back guarantee. If you are not happy with your work, return it and we will help you find a work that suits you better.

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Jón Aðalsteinn

Jón Aðalsteinn Þorgeirsson graduated as a clarinet soloist from the Vienna University of Music in 1985. Since then, Jón Aðalsteinn has worked as an instrumentalist, music teacher and publisher. Jón Aðalsteinn started painting with watercolors in a course with Derek Mundell at Myndlistarskóli Kópavogs in 2014. He has also taken courses in drawing at Myndlistarskóli Reykjavíkur og Kópavogs as well as a course in watercolor with Ann Larson Dahlin.

In his subjects, Jón Aðalsteinn seeks to highlight the contrasts of light and shadow and capture the light of the moment.
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