Price Guide

Price Guide

The following prices are a guide for pet portraits in either Watercolours, Acrylics or Graphite Pencil, based on a head portrait, plain background, excluding the postage cost. As I don’t offer a framing service, paintings are supplied unmounted and unframed.

Popular sizes are listed below. I can quote for other paper sizes and number of pets. Quote can be tailored to your specific requirements; for example, full body portraits, additional background work.

Prices are in GBP £. International commission quotations are calculated based on the current exchange rate at


Paper Size1 Pet2 Pets3 Pets
A4 £180£270£335
14″ x 10″£215£310£375


Paper Size1 Pet2 Pets3 Pets
14″ x 10″£265£375£470
Acrylic paintings are painted on heavyweight watercolour
paper (535gsm). I don’t currently offer canvas options.


Paper Size 1 Pet 2 Pets 3 Pets
A5 £145
A4 £200 £290 £360
14″ x 10″ £250 £340 £410
A3 £295 £400 £490
A2 £430 £590 £705

Paper size guide:
A5: 8.3″ x 5.8″ – 210 x 148 mm   
A4: 11.7″ x 8.3″ – 297 x 210 mm 
14″ x 10″ – 356 x 254 mm         
A3: 16.5″ x 11.7″ – 420 x 297 mm 
A2: 16.5″ x 23.4″ – 420 x 594 mm 

Watercolour versus Acrylics
I’m often asked what the difference is between these two mediums. Here’s a quick guide.

Watercolours are diluted with water and are more transparent in appearance. The paint is layered up to get the dark tones, and are not as bold as acrylics. More water used than paint.

Acrylics are pretty similar to oils, with bold colours. They are water-based, so unlike oils, no chemicals are required to clean brushes and they dry quickly. More paint is usually used than water, the opposite to watercolour! There are examples of both in my Online Galleries.