Fine Art Photography For Sale

Discover our collection of fine art photography for sale. Our selection of photography showcases artwork from award-winning photographers active today. Delve into our collection, ranging from the abstract to the photoreal. We pick each photographic print, making it easy and accessible for you to browse new art. Why not start by exploring our landscape, animal or portrait photography?…

From the real to the surreal, we sell it all. Tommy Clarke, 2015’s Landscape Photographer of the Year, captures aerial shots of coastal locations. His photography offer new perspectives and highlight the natural colours and shapes of the world we live in. In contrast, Peter Horvath focuses on the deconstruction and recontextualisation of imagery through collage techniques. He uses juxtaposition, scale and saturated colour to produce surreal and sometimes humorous re-workings.

Many of our photographers are internationally recognised. Andrew Lever is an award-winning travel and fine art photographer whose photography celebrates diversity and exploration. Vietnam Stories 3 (2016) is a striking portrait of a Vietnamese woman Andrew met during his travels. His photographs capture the warmth and humour of the Vietnamese people and will be sure to inspire the traveling spirit within you. Vikram Kushwah was the Portrait of Britain 2018 and 2019 winner. His photograph Emily Sitting in the Library (2012) depicts a young girl sitting above a bookshelf in a home library. Vikram’s heavy influence from Tim Walker’s imaginative photography is evidenced in the playfulness and mystery of the image. We love how he forces you to question the image’s narrative.

Discover more of our photographers here or take a look at our female photographers.

THE HISTORY OF PHOTOGRAPHIC TECHNOLOGY

Joseph Niepce is credited as the first person to capture a photographic image in 1827. The daguerreotype, the first form of photography, required a 2-3 second exposure time to capture a photo and was commonly used for portrait photography. Photographic portraiture became increasingly popular in the 19th century due to the demand from the rising middle classes in Europe and America.

In 1991, the first commercial digital camera was created. Advancements in digital technology and subsequent improvements of photographic features, such as wide-angle shots, increased resolution, shutter motions, and filters, have allowed for the creative experimentation of contemporary photographers.

Find out more in our Guide To Photography.

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