Achitecture in Prints and Photography

Perspective in White

Print on photographic paper

$594.00

 

Weiss-Kugel und Balken by Wassily Kazimirski

Print on archival paper - Weiss Series: (german for “white”) - is an ongoing project which combines abstract forms of lines, dots and large white plans which give an expression of freedom and luxury.

$795.00

 

Columnata

Print on photographic paper

$594.00

 

Volumes

Print on Archival Paper

$345.00

 

Architectural Details "Croisées Relatives aux Cinq Ordonnances d'Architecture''

Print on archival paper - Architectural Details "Croisées Relatives aux Cinq Ordonnances d'Architecture''

$264.00

 

Architectural Details French Fireplace Mantel 2

Print on archival paper - From a series of Architectural Elevations found in Antique Print Collector Shops in Europe.

$264.00

 

Stairway by L. Lorenz

Print on photographic paper

$295.00

 

Round Classic Perspective In Black and White

Print on photographic paper - Ceiling Architecture - M. Beck is a photographer based in Lancashire, England, UK. He mainly focuses on architectural photography, but also branches out in to other types of photography like landscapes and portraits.

$345.00

 

Classic Dome UV Printed on Metal

Dome of the Cathedral of Zwinger, Dresden, Germany by S. Spindler, a Berlin photographer

$792.00

 

Perspective Cloisters

Michael D Beckwith is a photographer based in Lancashire, England, UK. He mainly focuses on architectural photography, but also branches out in to other types of photography like landscapes and portraits.

$264.00

 

Golden Stairs by Alejandro Franseschini

This artwork has gold leaf applied to it. Alejandro is a Venezuelan Artist currently living in Miami. ''My work is an examination of the different forms I see around me.

$264.00

 

Architectural photography celebrates the unique architecture of iconic buildings . These images complement the modernist aesthetic of
 the visual identity in homes and interior design in general.
Our images show the extreme care taken to find interesting angles and areas of architecture. Details and crops of buildings are preferred over shots of full buildings.

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