Ellisa Hague, oil painter

Gallery qualilty

oil paintings and prints

Classically produced oil paintings

Ellisa J. Hague is an oil painter based in the UK and is heavily inspired by the Old Masters; she uses classical grisaille and glaze techniques to produce oil paintings that have true luminosity and radiance.

Inspired by nature, dark themes, fairy tales and wildlife.


abundant nature and creatures

moon garden

Anything is possible in the Moon Garden; oil paintings filled with beautiful blooms, juicy fruits and little creatures.

classical chiaroscuro

still life

Realistic compositions arranged under chiaroscuro lighting before being meticulously painted in fine detail.

abstract seascapes

moonstone

Purely imagined abstract oil paintings that reflect the subtle changeability and pearly lunar qualities of the moonstone.

folklore and fables

make believe

Inspired by magic and folklore. Some pieces are finished with dazzling glitter glazes, shiny metal leaf and tiny glitter sequins.

inspired by nature

flora & fauna

Oil paintings of the natural world in vibrant colours.

print shop

gallery quality fine art prints

Gallery quality fine art prints, custom framed and ready to hang. Printed on premium quality archival papers.

collectors

Ellisa sells internationally and has collectors in the UK, US, Australia and throughout Europe.

protection

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uk shipping

Free UK delivery on all artworks and prints.

other shipping

Free delivery to Europe and USA for artwork and prints over £300

Returns

Peace of mind with our 14 day no quibble returns policy on all original artworks.

Cancellations

If you would like to cancel your order, please let us know within 1-2 hours of placing your order.

delivery

Artwork is shipped via Royal Mail/Parcelforce Worldwide and is tracked and insured.

materials

Only professional / gallery quality materials, mediums. substrates and paints are used.


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