The 'Aki' Study Series
10 unique acrylic paintings on 300 gsm paper
Hand-signed by the artist on verso
59.4 x 42 cm
Each artwork is framed in a black frame with an archival float mount on black backing, using museum grade Art Glass.
Framed dimensions: 69.6cm x 52 cm
All works come with a Certificate of Authenticity signed by the artist
About Duncan Jago
Duncan Jago previously illustrative work has been advanced over the years to a place of pure abstraction - subtly shifting hues burst and drip in an expressive manner. Using both acrylic and spray paint these works reflect the artist’s love of the natural world: they encompass both the terrain and canopy of the earth’s atmosphere, at once reminiscent of leaves on a forest floor and stars in the night sky.
“A love of nature has been the biggest influence on my work, the forms and flows that exist within it seem to be appearing … more and more nowadays.”
Price: £2000 ex VAT / £2400 inc VAT
To enter the draw to purchase one of the ‘Aki’ Series, simply register your details via the form on this page.
Registrations for the draw close on Tuesday 29th November 2022 at 6pm GMT, and collectors can enter the draw at any time before the closing date. Shortly after the draw has closed, the winners of each edition will be chosen at random and offered the opportunity to buy their allocated work. One of our team will be in touch and they will then have 24 hours to complete their purchase.
Draw Closes: Tuesday 29th November 2022 at 6pm GMT
Shipping timeframe: We will aim to get your piece dispatched to you within 2 to 3 weeks of your purchase. If you have any questions regarding our shipping, please do not hesitate to get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Purchase notice: Please note that purchases will be capped at one work per customer. If more than one work is bought by any one individual, Unit London Editions reserves the right to refund and cancel the purchase of any works exceeding this limit.
Please kindly note that the final date for Non-EU International Christmas shipping is the 7th of December. The final date for EU international shipping is the 14th of December. Any orders placed after these dates cannot guarantee a Christmastime delivery, and will most likely arrive in the new year.
Each framed work comes with a bespoke black plywood crate with black handles and a foam interior to ensure safe shipping of each piece to its new home.
You may also choose to collect your piece in person from the gallery, please be aware that the piece will be crated and so collection by car or courier may be necessary.'
Please note that if the work is being shipped internationally from the UK, that you may be liable to pay import/duty charges which are not covered by our shipping fee.
We offer a 14 day returns policy on all of our works, on the basis that these are returned to us in the condition in which they were dispatched. If you have a query about a work that you have bought please do not hesitate to get in touch and we will assist you in the best way that we can.
For more information with regards to returns and reimbursements, please read our Terms and Conditions.
Caring for your Print
Here are a few tips on how to best take care of your new framed work on paper!
Try to place your work in an environment with an average temperature. Extreme temperatures or humidities can have an adverse effect on paper-based works, so be sure to keep your beautiful piece protected!
When cleaning the glass take care not to use any cleaning products or sprays, these will remove the special coating that makes the glass resistant to UV rays. A micro-fiber or 'screen' cloth can be used to gently wipe away any dust or smudges that may accumulate over time.