Report: #1408954

Complaint Review: 1st-art-gallery.com - Internet

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  • Reported By: Sonia — London Alabama United Kingdom
  • 1st-art-gallery.com Internet USA

1st-art-gallery.com Unanswered Correspondence Painting Jhejiang China Internet

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I ordered John Frederick Lewis Intercepted Correspondence from 1st-art-gallery because they advertised ‘museum-quality’ but what I received was a comedy show of a cartoon quality painting. Garish colors and lots of missing details made it an ‘Undelivered Rejected Correspondence’ painting. I sent it straight back to China and you’ll now find it on sale in the ‘Paintings Schlock’ section of their website. The amateurishness of their Chinese artists was only surpassed by the rudeness of the Israeli owner who refused to give me any refund and refuses to answer my correspondence.

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