Fine Art Photography for Sale

Discover our portfolio of limited-edition photography. Our fine art photography collection includes a wide array of photo art genres, from traditional landscapes to abstract figurative photography.

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  Lazarus LV by Gavin Evans
Lazarus LV
Gavin Evans
from £ 1,299 to £ 2,990
  Penny&Wuffy by Federico Naef
Penny&Wuffy
Federico Naef
from £ 329 to £ 1,599
  Swim Girls at Molitor by Soo Burnell
Swim Girls at Molitor
Soo Burnell
from £ 449 to £ 799
  Peeping by Joseph Cela
Peeping
Joseph Cela
£ 1,099
  St. Pete Beach II by Dean West
St. Pete Beach II
Dean West
from £ 699 to £ 2,290
  Nora´s Sight by Luc Dratwa
Nora´s Sight
Luc Dratwa
from £ 1,099 to £ 4,190
  Coffee and News by Sebastian Magnani
Coffee and News
Sebastian Magnani
from £ 599 to £ 999
  Bloom by Ysabel Lemay
Bloom
Ysabel Lemay
from £ 399 to £ 3,990
  Up To The Sky by Isabelle Menin
Up To The Sky
Isabelle Menin
£ 2,590
  Dream River 07 by Isabelle Menin
Dream River 07
Isabelle Menin
from £ 399 to £ 1,599
  Two Surfers by Peter Yan
Two Surfers
Peter Yan
from £ 1,399 to £ 1,699
  Taking-Off, 21:45 by Luc Dratwa
Taking-Off, 21:45
Luc Dratwa
from £ 699 to £ 1,199
  Jimi on Stage by Classic Collection I
Jimi on Stage
Classic Collection I
£ 98
  Life goes on by Ysabel Lemay
Life goes on
Ysabel Lemay
from £ 799 to £ 5,790
  After Work I by Sebastian Magnani
After Work I
Sebastian Magnani
from £ 599 to £ 1,299
  Shade of Blue by Tim Mckenna
Shade of Blue
Tim Mckenna
from £ 599 to £ 999
  Manhattan at Sunset by Jack Marijnissen
Manhattan at Sunset
Jack Marijnissen
£ 2,190
  Beauty by Alexander Straulino | Trunk Archive
Beauty
Alexander Straulino | Trunk Archive
£ 1,999
  Butterfly XII by Heiko Hellwig
Butterfly XII
Heiko Hellwig
from £ 499 to £ 1,099
  RIVER CRABS by Ai Weiwei
RIVER CRABS
Ai Weiwei
  Zweite Symphonie by Daniel Reiter
Zweite Symphonie
Daniel Reiter
£ 2,990
  Life goes on II by Ysabel Lemay
Life goes on II
Ysabel Lemay
from £ 499 to £ 5,190
  Saint-Raphaël by Wolfgang Uhlig
Saint-Raphaël
Wolfgang Uhlig
from £ 399 to £ 1,499
  Ponte di Rialto by Horst & Daniel Zielske
Ponte di Rialto
Horst & Daniel Zielske
from £ 799 to £ 1,999
  The Vision by William Patino
The Vision
William Patino
from £ 1,299 to £ 3,690
  Tsunami by Andrew Bordwin
Tsunami
Andrew Bordwin
from £ 749 to £ 1,299
  Grand Ballet IV by Heiko Hellwig
Grand Ballet IV
Heiko Hellwig
from £ 699 to £ 1,499
  New York Public Library by Rafael Neff
New York Public Library
Rafael Neff
from £ 499 to £ 5,990
  Corn starch by Sonja L.
Corn starch
Sonja L.
from £ 299 to £ 599
  An afternoon with Renè M. by Ivo Von Renner
An afternoon with Renè M.
Ivo Von Renner
from £ 549 to £ 1,299
  Joy by Len Van Brook
Joy
Len Van Brook
from £ 799 to £ 2,190
  One Hour Amsterdam by Katrin Korfmann
One Hour Amsterdam
Katrin Korfmann
from £ 899 to £ 1,499
  Moment of Decision by Ivo Von Renner
Moment of Decision
Ivo Von Renner
from £ 499 to £ 1,399
  Metáfora 73 by Sephora Venites
Metáfora 73
Sephora Venites
£ 1,099
  Hotel Paradiso VI by Sven Fennema
Hotel Paradiso VI
Sven Fennema
from £ 799 to £ 1,399
  Mariinski Theater by Rafael Neff
Mariinski Theater
Rafael Neff
from £ 499 to £ 5,990
  The Vessel New York by Johannes Weinsheimer
The Vessel New York
Johannes Weinsheimer
£ 99
  New York in Spring by Johannes Weinsheimer
New York in Spring
Johannes Weinsheimer
£ 99
  Manhattan Bridge at Night by Johannes Weinsheimer
Manhattan Bridge at Night
Johannes Weinsheimer
£ 99
  Manhattan Sunset by Johannes Weinsheimer
Manhattan Sunset
Johannes Weinsheimer
£ 99
  Einstein at Times Square by Johannes Weinsheimer
Einstein at Times Square
Johannes Weinsheimer
£ 99
  Stiftsbibliothek St. Gallen by Rafael Neff
Stiftsbibliothek St. Gallen
Rafael Neff
from £ 499 to £ 5,990
  Piazza San Marco by Andrés Leroi
Piazza San Marco
Andrés Leroi
from £ 449 to £ 899
  Jardin Majorelle II by Simon Watson
Jardin Majorelle II
Simon Watson
from £ 649 to £ 1,399
  Peacock Wondering What It's All About by Pat Swain
Peacock Wondering What It's All About
Pat Swain
from £ 499 to £ 1,299
  Concert by Christian Schmidt
Concert
Christian Schmidt
from £ 499 to £ 1,999
  Beach by Christian Schmidt
Beach
Christian Schmidt
from £ 499 to £ 1,999
  Skyscraper by Andrew Bordwin
Skyscraper
Andrew Bordwin
from £ 749 to £ 1,299
  Enlightment by Andrew Bordwin
Enlightment
Andrew Bordwin
from £ 749 to £ 1,299
  Lotus by Andrew Bordwin
Lotus
Andrew Bordwin
from £ 749 to £ 1,299
  The Secret Cypress Swamp by Georg Popp
The Secret Cypress Swamp
Georg Popp
from £ 699 to £ 1,399
  Mill Pond in Autumn by Georg Popp
Mill Pond in Autumn
Georg Popp
from £ 799 to £ 1,599
  Benton Lake Fall Colours by Georg Popp
Benton Lake Fall Colours
Georg Popp
from £ 799 to £ 1,599
  The Big Cypress Bayou by Georg Popp
The Big Cypress Bayou
Georg Popp
from £ 799 to £ 1,599
  Lenny by Hugo Pondz
Lenny
Hugo Pondz
from £ 999 to £ 1,599
  Archiac by William Patino
Archiac
William Patino
from £ 1,299 to £ 3,690
  Kings of the South by William Patino
Kings of the South
William Patino
from £ 1,299 to £ 3,690
  Backstage by Sonja L.
Backstage
Sonja L.
from £ 299 to £ 549
  Blackberry jam by Sonja L.
Blackberry jam
Sonja L.
from £ 299 to £ 549
  Fruit cocktail by Sonja L.
Fruit cocktail
Sonja L.
from £ 299 to £ 599
  Sweet sour by Sonja L.
Sweet sour
Sonja L.
from £ 299 to £ 599
  Beaux arts by Sonja L.
Beaux arts
Sonja L.
from £ 299 to £ 599
  Phone booth by Sonja L.
Phone booth
Sonja L.
from £ 299 to £ 599
  A Galactic Night of Planet Earth by Babak Tafreshi
A Galactic Night of Planet Earth
Babak Tafreshi
from £ 699 to £ 1,599
  Arnika by Len Van Brook
Arnika
Len Van Brook
from £ 799 to £ 2,190
  The Planet of Huangshan by Tatiana Gorilovsky
The Planet of Huangshan
Tatiana Gorilovsky
from £ 549 to £ 1,049
  Nature's Drawing by Tatiana Gorilovsky
Nature's Drawing
Tatiana Gorilovsky
from £ 549 to £ 1,049
  Bacino di San Marco by Horst & Daniel Zielske
Bacino di San Marco
Horst & Daniel Zielske
from £ 799 to £ 1,999
  Canal Grande dal ponte dell`Accademia by Horst & Daniel Zielske
Canal Grande dal ponte dell`Accademia
Horst & Daniel Zielske
from £ 799 to £ 1,999
  Basilica di San Marco e Palazzo Ducale by Horst & Daniel Zielske
Basilica di San Marco e Palazzo Ducale
Horst & Daniel Zielske
from £ 799 to £ 1,999
  Leopard by Charis Tsevis
Leopard
Charis Tsevis
from £ 599 to £ 1,149
  Canal Grande dal ponte di Rialto by Horst & Daniel Zielske
Canal Grande dal ponte di Rialto
Horst & Daniel Zielske
from £ 799 to £ 1,999
  Mouflon by Charis Tsevis
Mouflon
Charis Tsevis
from £ 599 to £ 1,149
  Elephant by Charis Tsevis
Elephant
Charis Tsevis
from £ 599 to £ 1,149
  Grand Ballet II by Heiko Hellwig
Grand Ballet II
Heiko Hellwig
from £ 399 to £ 799
  Room 702 by Willem Van Den Hoed
Room 702
Willem Van Den Hoed
from £ 599 to £ 1,149
  Grand Ballet VI by Heiko Hellwig
Grand Ballet VI
Heiko Hellwig
from £ 699 to £ 1,499
  Grand Ballet V by Heiko Hellwig
Grand Ballet V
Heiko Hellwig
from £ 699 to £ 1,499
  Champs Elysees, Paris by Pep Ventosa
Champs Elysees, Paris
Pep Ventosa
from £ 749 to £ 1,499
  17th & Douglass by Pep Ventosa
17th & Douglass
Pep Ventosa
from £ 299 to £ 549


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Fine Art Photography: A Moment in Time

Photography is one of the mainstays of modern art. From its founding as an art form, it has allowed us to contemplate the world, not as something still and unmoving, but as something which is not currently moving. Stillness, in the hands of the photographer, is a prism and not the subject matter itself.

The History of Fine Art Photography

From its inception in the 19th century, photography has had a kind of double life. Photography was a tool for the documentation of current events and everyday life. But it was also an artistic medium in its own right. Photographic portraiture of notables and petty officials and their families was self-consciously styled on older motifs from painting, sculpture, and drawings, presenting dignified (or dignifying) portraits of people meant to reincarnate in photography the techniques and atmosphere of portraiture in figurative art since the Renaissance.

At the beginning of the 20th century, photography transformed into an avant-garde art form. Playing a huge role in the new techniques of collage art, which combined photographs with drawings, objects, and painting, it began to take on a prominent role in the creation of art. But it was also massively influential in another sense.

Together with the rise of lithography and other types of printing, photography contributed to a new climate of cultural production, in which reproduction was the watchword. The implications of this new paradigm - famously addressed by the philosopher Walter Benjamin, who called attention to the decline of uniqueness as the flagship indicator of an artwork's value and meaning - reverberated throughout the arts.

In the United States, the photographer and publicist Alfred Stieglitz capitalized on the young medium. His haunting portrait series of Georgia O'Keeffe, which drew attention to her hands, is today one of the most recognizable landmarks in the history of photography as a fine art. Along with other photographic artists like Ansel Adams and Edward Steichen, Stieglitz brought photography into its own as a fine art genre.

Throughout the 20th century the use of photography as an artistic medium became ever more abundant. In the hands of avant-gardists photography became integral to fine art as practiced by surrealists, expressionists, and others. Photography's ability to capture the flux of reality at a still-stand lent inspiration to abstract art across many media, and to abstract photography in particular. Conceptual art shares with abstract art a suspicion of all realia, but outdoes it in its skepticism towards the practice of art itself. Conceptual photography is one of fine art's most productive and storied tributaries. For the conceptual photographer, a photograph is an artist statement. Whether or how the photograph itself is a work of art is up to interpretation.

Exploring Lumas Photography


The Lumas collection is large and spread out across numerous themes and genres, from fine art portraits to nude photography. Our collection of fashion photography is distinguished for its focus on electrifying runway scenes, and a unique focus on vintage and black and white fashion pieces. Our landscapes, taken by some of the world's most impressive landscape photographers, challenge the conventions of the genre while also doing what landscapes are traditionally relied upon to do: envelop us in new, and usually tranquil, worlds.

Our collection includes some of the most renowned photo artists. Among our classics collection, we have some of the most storied names in the history of photography. Our lineup of contemporary artists includes some of the world's most celebrated and sought-after photo artists including Patrick J. Adams, Damien Hirst, Miki Takahashi, and more.

Producing Lumas Photographs


Our thought-provoking photographs are produced as limited editions, using a combination of traditional and cutting-edge photo development techniques. Afterwards they are mounted onto aluminum Dibond, a high-end aluminum composite specifically designed for art. Our curators work with artists to determine the best framing and mounting options. Pieces are generally available frameless or in a precision-made, hand-finished frame. There is also the option to place photographs and prints under museum-grade glass. Want to know more about our production methods, portfolio of artists, and buying options? Read more about the Lumas concept.

Our portfolio encompasses a wide array of fine art photography - vintage, modernist, and contemporary. The specific subject matter of our photography prints features traditional photographic themes like landscapes and black and white portraits, as well as the conventional subject matter and artistic techniques of art prints in general, including paintings, drawings, and digital creations.

The Lumas Concept

Based in Berlin, we are in the beating heart of Europe's trendiest and most advanced art scene, one which thrives on a dynamic mutual interplay with the art markets of North America. Lumas is known as an exciting and trusted voice, with a sharp eye for evaluating trends in the art world, and farsightedness in estimating future value.

The Lumas concept is unique in the art world. Our artworks are limited edition fine artworks, by famous and emerging artists who work in a variety of media including photography, drawings, sculpture, digital editing, and painting. Our portfolio management experts find our artists through exhibitions, fine art academies, and word on the street. But we are also committed to the liberation of art, which we pursue by making our high-quality products and scrupulously curated collection available for more affordable prices. This allows more people to take part in collecting and furnishing their homes with art by wonderful artists - without compromising on quality or collectibility.

The collectibility of our artworks inheres in the reputations of the artists and the subject matter of the the individual works, as well as in the Lumas brand. Our photography prints are produced as Limited Editions, in print runs of around 75 to 150 individual prints. Once these are sold, the print run is finished. And that is the Lumas mission: inspiring you to turn your home or office into galleries all their own, while balancing the exclusivity and collectibility of our artworks with availability and affordability.

For more inspiration, explore our curated artworks and guide to art for your home. Or get in touch. Our curators and the design experts in our galleries are happy to work with you to find the right piece for your home or office.