Privacy policy

Last updated: 22nd June 2020.

At Hepburn Fine Art we take the protection of your personal information extremely seriously. The only personally identifiable information we have on website visitors is that which is shared voluntarily through purchasing artwork, contact form enquiries and newsletter sign-ups.

Information such as your name, email address, phone number, and address (in relation to product purchases) if provided will be stored securely, and under no circumstances will this information be sold or shared with any third-parties.

We reserve the right to amend our privacy policy to reflect changes to the website, data legislation, or the way in which we store information. Therefore, you should revisit this page on a regular basis in order to familiarise yourself with its contents. We have outlined below how we use your data.

Purchased artwork

If you purchase artwork from the website, your name, address, email address and phone number (if provided) will be stored securely for the purpose of maintaining a record of all purchases attained through the website.

Contact form enquiries

If you submit an enquiry through the website’s contact form, then your name, email address, phone number (if provided) and message will be stored securely. This information is required so we can respond to your enquiry.

Newsletter sign-up

If you subscribe to our newsletter, then you consent to receiving emails from us in relation to artwork, events that we may be attending, new artwork Michael is working on, new content that has been added to the website, or any news related to Michael’s work.

You can unsubscribe at any time by clicking on the Unsubscribe link in any newsletter we send.


Hepburn Fine Art uses cookies generated by Google Analytics, and by using our website you agree that these cookies can be placed on your device.

Google Analytics generates detailed information about visitors to a website for digital marketing purposes, and can track visitors across multiple channels, including search engines, paid campaigns, email campaigns and social media. However, it’s important to note that none of the information Google Analytics generates is personally identifiable.

Examples of the information Google Analytics generates includes the number of visitors to the website, which pages a user visited, how long users spent on the website, which city a user visited the website from and which device they used. We use this information to improve the performance of our website and the user experience.

For more information on this you can read Google’s Privacy Policy.

Further information

If you have any questions about our privacy policy, please contact us.