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DESCRIPTION

The popularity of Photography as Fine Art has witnessed significant growth over the years, thanks to advancements in technology and evolving artistic perspectives. This expansion can be attributed to the diverse genres within photography, such as landscape, portrait, conceptual, and documentary, which have seen greater creative expression. The democratization of photography through digital platforms and social media has also played a role in amplifying its appeal.


THE PHOTOGRAPHERS
From 1950 to 2012, several leading photographers made a significant impact on the world of fine art photography. Renowned names include Ansel Adams, who captured breathtaking landscapes in black and white; Diane Arbus, known for her compelling portraits; Irving Penn, celebrated for his fashion and portrait work; and Van Pariser, famous for his unique portraiture. Contributions by new photographers like Peter J Tisma (an award-winning film maker) and Ray Delta have helped shape the new trajectory of fine art photography and inspire countless photographers.

 

ADDITIONAL INFO

Fine Art Photography with low print runs such as these has emerged as a valuable and collectible asset. Prints or Limited Edition Prints, whether from established photographers or emerging talents, are highly sought after by collectors and investors. The exclusivity and scarcity of such prints enhance their investment value. The art world recognizes the allure of fine art photography, and as a result, unique or rare prints have become prized possessions that not only provide aesthetic pleasure but also the potential for long-term financial gain.

 

INVESTMENT RATING

Med. IVR. (Increase in Value). Assured rate increase per annum : 4-7%

 

Iologies.com. Cat No: FIN-PH_151

Lapping Light

£157.00Price
  • Ai reimaged art piece then reformatted for high resolution onto an electronic canvas. Original scale equal to at least 1m (unframed) with approx 12-25mm border.

    Prints: 170-200 gsm. Uncoated Art Paper / Silk. See Limited Editions.

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