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Shipping & Return

We handle all the shipping free of charge! Each piece of art is individually hand wrapped and packaged. We try to ship all art within 7-10 business days of receiving your order. Once your artwork is shipped, please allow three to six more business days to receive it. You will receive an email with a tracking number so that you can see exactly when your art will arrive. 

If you have any questions about your order or need an order urgently, reply to the email we have sent you with your order confirmation and we’ll do our best to help!

Things to keep in mind!


The ONLY exception is a Damaged Shipment. At this time we only offer exchanges or refunds on damaged works of art. Should you receive a damaged artwork:

  1. Take photos of the damage
  2. Save all packaging materials and documents — do not throw away
  3. Contact us immediately — no later than (24) hours after delivery at
  4. We will provide you a prepaid shipping label and guide you through the return process.

Refunds for Damaged Items:

Once your returned artwork is received and inspected, we will notify you by email whether your refund has been approved. Upon approval, a credit will automatically be applied to your credit card or original method of payment.

XXL works of art:

Artworks designated as XXL will incur additional shipping and handling charges (sadly, there’s nothing we can do about that). Shipping costs and delivery times will be arranged with a Mona Loves Gustav team member prior to your XXL work of art shipping.

Destination Address:

Please make sure to provide a delivery address where you’re certain someone will be present to receive and sign for your artwork. Otherwise it will go back on the delivery truck, delaying your enjoyment of your newly purchased artwork!

International Shipping:

We are unable to process and ship outside the continental United States at this time.

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Want to Exhibit?

Mona Loves Gustav’s Mission is to help people discover, experience and explore who they are through art!

We love meeting and getting to know new artists, and we are always looking for talented artists to join our community. If you are an emerging or mid-career artists and are interested in applying to join #TeamGustav, please take a moment to review the material below before beginning the application process.

How to Safely Pack, Seal and Ship

The following tutorials represent MLG’s approved “Artist Shipping Instructions” and process. 


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Discover Yourself, Discover Art.

Crivelli was born in Venice and probably trained with Squarcione in Padua. He spent most of his life in the Marches (eastern central Italy), after periods in Venice and Zara. Crivelli was active as a painter by 1457 when he was condemned in Venice for adultery. ⠀
Fun Fact: Crivelli used the cucumber — virtually absent from Renaissance art — as a signature motif. The apples and fly are symbols of sin and evil and are opposed to the cucumber and the goldfinch, symbols of redemption. Crivelli’s signature is on what looks like a piece of paper attached to the watered-silk cloth with wax.⠀
#CarloCrivelli "Madonna and Child" (c. 1480)
Destiny Belgrave, a Caribbean American, explores race, spirituality, and femininity through intricate paper cuttings. She is a mixed media whirlwind, pursuing what she desires while making the work that comes to her.⠀
#DestinyBelgrave "After the Christening" (2019)
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