This website, Artely.art is owned and operated by Artely AB, corporate identity number 559069-8204. By accessing or using this site, you agree to these Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. If you do not agree to these Terms and Privacy Policy, you should not use this site.

All artworks on Artely are protected under the Act on Copyright in Literary and Artistic Works (SFS 1960:729). Any form of reproduction, translation or modification without permission is prohibited without permission from the rights holder.


Artely safeguards your personal integrity and strives to always protect your personal data in the best way. Artely aim is to comply with all the laws and regulations for the protection of personal data applying at the time. This policy will help you to understand what kind of data we collect and how it is used. By approving the policy on this page in connection with a purchase or submitting information, you agree to the processing of your personal data in accordance with what is stated below.

Artely AB, corporate identity number 559069-8204. Skeppargatan 71, 115 30 Stockholm is responsible for the processing of your personal data.

We will be processing the personal data that you submit or have submitted, or that we have collected at the website via cookies. The personal data that Artely processes consists of your personal identity number, name, email address, your purchasing, payment and order history, your payment and delivery address, IP address and telephone number.

The information may be used for identification, direct marketing, customer surveys, newsletters and statistical purposes. Information may also be used for circulars by post, text messages and email, and for marketing and information on the telephone, if you have not objected to this. You can contact us at any time to stop marketing directed at you as a customer. Information may also be used to analyse purchasing habits in order to provide you with relevant information and marketing and to improve the website, payment solutions and payment processes. Processing in order to improve payment solutions and payment processes may include processing in which your personal data, including your personal identity number, is transferred to other companies within Artely and third party suppliers in order to be included in analysis material. Personal data may also be cross-checked with information from other registers, such as credit reference and analysis registers. Your personal identity number will also be processed in connection with purchases on behalf of (or because of demands from) payment and credit companies that need this for credit reference and analysis purposes.

The use of the information may entail cross-checking with other registers both within and outside the EU and the transfer to, and processing of your personal data by other companies within Artely for the above-mentioned purposes, in accordance with the laws and regulations applying. Information may also be cross-checked or shared with public agencies or our partners for printing and distribution, and EETS providers and credit companies for payment and credit reference and analysis. Artely always exercises great caution on such occasions. By agreeing to the policy on this website in connection with a purchase or submitting information, you agree to your personal data being transferred to a country outside the EEA.

If all or parts of Artely’s activities are sold or integrated into other activities, your personal data may be submitted to our advisers, possible buyers and its advisers and transferred to the new owners of the activities.

Artely use Google’s advertising services.

In order to keep secure the personal data that we process, we have taken several security measures. In order to protect your personal data, we have implemented safety routines and technical and organisational measures, such as certification technology for web browsers. We also have the necessary firewalls and anti-virus programmes to protect and prevent unauthorised access to the network. Access to the space where personal data is stored is limited and requires employees to identify themselves in order to access it.

Artely also uses, inter alia, SSL (Secure Socket Layer) which is a protocol for the safe transfer of data via the Internet (or other networks). You, as customer, need to control that SSL is not closed in the web browser setting. In order to prevent unauthorised access when processing your payment or credit card number, one-way encryption is also used.

If you agree to being a registered customer or member at Artely, your data is saved until you remove yourself from the register. You can remove yourself from the register as a customer at any time. If you do not register yourself as a customer, your data is saved as long as necessary based on legal requirements or in order to meet Artelys commitments towards you, such as fulfilling delivery and guarantee commitments. Depending on what you decide, your data is never saved longer than the period permitted by the applicable personal data legislation.

According to the personal data legislation applying, you are entitled, once a calendar year, to free information on the personal data that is processed about you, regardless of how this was collected. If you wish to receive such information, you must submitted a written request for this. Under the applicable personal data legislation, the request should be sent, signed by you, by post to the address given in the website. It can thus, NOT be sent via email.

Artely wishes to ensure that your personal data is correct and up to date. If any of the information that you have submitted to Artely changes, such as when you change your email address, name or payment information, or if you wish to cancel your user account, please submit correct information to us by sending an email: info@artely.com. You are entitled, whenever you wish, to request that personal data is corrected, blocked or removed. Your personal data is not processed for purposes connected with direct marketing if you object to such processing. You are entitled, whenever you wish, to revoke an agreement that you previously submitted on the processing of personal data. This withdrawal may be limited to referring only to the part of the processing that involves, for example, direct marketing.

The website may contain links with other websites. This Integrity Policy applies only to this site. When you are linked to another website, you should read the personal data policy applying to that website. Please note that Artely is not responsible for other website’s processing of your personal data.

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We use traffic log cookies to identify which pages are being used. This helps us analyse data about web page traffic and improve our website in order to tailor it to customer needs. We only use this information for statistical analysis purposes and then the data is removed from the system.

Overall, cookies help us provide you with a better website, by enabling us to monitor which pages you find useful and which you do not. A cookie in no way gives us access to your computer or any information about you, other than the data you choose to share with us. You can choose to accept or decline cookies. Most web browsers automatically accept cookies, but you can usually modify your browser setting to decline cookies if you prefer. This may prevent you from taking full advantage of the website.