You can inspect the crate/box/tube. Before signing off. If you aren't able to be there, the crate will be left with obvious damage.
Do not worry about losing your investment when you leave the store.
Photograph everything, even if there is no obvious damage has occurred
It is crucial to have documentation to prove the damage occurred prior to the time work was completed at your house. With cell phone cameras being ubiquitous, it is easy to see what the damage was.
and videos, it's recommended to simply record the entire process of delivery and the entire process, which includes opening the crate, taking off the artwork, and examining it for damage.
Photograph close-ups of the damaged areas, and then include a scale reference (such as a pencil, measuring tape or your own hand).
finger). It's not necessary to accept less-than-perfect artwork just because it has been damaged.
The piece was in perfect condition at the time of purchase.
Keep the packing materials dated and well-maintained
Certain packing materials may cause more harm than good, particularly if they're not used correctly. A painting wrapped with
the bubbles that face the inside (and without a first film of plastic) will create holes on the surface of your artwork. Because the art was
Either by the gallery staffer, artist, or the shipping company, wrap it in a way that is not correct