Buying art from a photograph can be problematic, after all that's what galleries are all about. However good the reproduction it cannot show the subtleties and textures of a canvas. Think of the difference between a tiny photograph of a Rothko and seeing it in person.
And all paintings, like people, have a presence in a room which is very difficult to get across in a photograph.
Luckily 99% of the time, the buyer is thrilled because the real paintings always have more character and impact that the photograph.
But, rarely, the colour (or some other aspect) just does not work.
If you return the undamaged painting in its original packaging within 2 weeks of the purchase date I'll give you a full refund, or a credit towards another painting. I pay for outward shipping, you pay for return shipping.