Pricing and Sales of Artwork
Prices for Ms. Chastant’s art can be obtained by contacting her directly. Like many professional artists, Renée prices her paintings in ranges determined primarily according to each piece’s size. Other factors may include an artwork’s age, awards, and show history. For example, a 16”x20” painting will generally have a price in the range of $300 to $500. Occasionally, a piece may be discounted for inventory reduction or other reasons. Please feel free to make an inquiry – there is no obligation and you have nothing to lose!
Artwork prices usually include artist’s matting and framing using high quality, simple, archival materials. Prices quoted do NOT include costs for packing and shipping of artwork.
Please contact Renée Chastant directly with inquiries regarding purchasing her original artwork. She may be reached at Lrchastant@msn.com or by telephone at 303-902-8916.
The galleries on this site showcase original artwork. However, most of Renée Chastant’ art is also available in reproduction formats. She maintains a print website through Fine Art America for those who prefer to purchase a print on paper or canvas, or notecards printed with her artwork, as well as a variety of printing and presentation options.
You can view reproduction print alternatives for Renée’ artwork by going to her Fine Art America website at this link: http://renee-chastant.artistwebsites.com/
NOTE: Reproduction ordering is handled solely by Fine Art America and does not directly involve the Artist. In other words, while artists on Fine Art America’ site do receive a fee for prints sold, they are not involved in orders or options.
Reproductions make excellent gifts to yourself or others and the ease of ordering a special mat and frame combination that suits your decor is made easier through Fine Art America ordering. Simply select the image you wish to purchase, choose a mat, frame, notecard and/or canvas application and proceed through the prompts to complete your purchase.
Tip! The reproduction site is useful to view how an original watercolor might look with different mats and frames.