Bring wilderness closer to you with the distinctive photography prints by British photographer George Wheelhouse. His acclaimed work captures rare moments, beauty, and fragility of the natural world. Display his fine art prints in your home decor.
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Wintry Arctic Norway$252 – $395
Looking out to sea at the incoming storm of Winter in Lofoten, Norway. This epic shot captures the fantastic magnificence of the natural elements air, water, and earth. The cool tones enhance the sensorial experience of the cold north, the brisk wind, and the clear skies.A unique piece to complement nordic or minimalist interiors, this design adds intrigue and dramatic presence- a nuanced style to simple spaces. An epic wall print for an office space offering a balance of sophistication and splendor with a tranquil atmosphere.
Frosted Sail$252 – $346
A delicate moment captured in stunning macro photography. This frozen blade of grass withstands the grip of winter, heavily frosted against the harsh elements. The cool tones boost the sensorial experience, each intricate shard of frost standing out in detail.This creative piece complements nordic or minimalist interiors, this design adds intrigue and dramatic presence- a nuanced style to simple spaces. An epic wall print for an office or study space offering a balance of sophistication and splendor with a tranquil and cozy atmosphere.
Giraffe Portrait$242 – $593
This high-key portrait captures the friendliness of the giraffe. A graphically stark but light-hearted image exudes an appreciation for the strange creatures of the wild. As part of George Wheelhouse’s “On White” nature collection, this pleasant shot is a simple and skilled presentation of the nuances of wild beauty. Unlike the typical sweeping landscapes or powerful action scenes of wild beasts, a simple elegant gaze in a moment of inactivity is enough. Details in the texture and shapes of the giraffe from its interesting anatomy to the fun patterned shapes display the diversity of organisms that inhabit this earth, but also the sameness that can be felt in the moments of stillness.
Red Deer Roar$242 – $593
Part of George Wheelhouse’s “On White” nature collection, this original photo is of a colossal red deer stag. It was taken during the deer rut, when stags are in peak condition. The shot captures a deep and loud call to attract females. From the weathered fur to the sturdy rack of antlers, the details captured produce a sense of splendor and power. The shot implies not only the roar but also the action and movement that will come soon, a reminder of all the life that continues outside the human bubble.
Bengal Tiger Yawn$242 – $593
A stunning black and white photograph, another piece in George Wheelhouse’s “On Black” collection captures the Bengal tiger mid-yawn. Photographed in low-key style the details and textures of its fur are a contrast to the sharp and shiny glint of its teeth. The off-center composition enhances the candid atmosphere of this fleeting natural moment. The beautiful and terrifying action appreciates the power of this animal as well as something deeper in its sympathetic nature. After all, aren’t we all a little tired?
Ivory on Black$210 – $500
- Hahnemüle Photo Rag Printing
African elephant, photographed and processed in the low-key portrait style.
Aesthetically, this image is all about the contrast of color, texture, and luminosity between the elephant’s tusks and trunk. It highlights the feature that is most emblematic of the species; the tusks, which tragically are also what makes them so highly prized by poachers.
Over time the darkness in my low-key portraits has become increasingly meaningful to me, and this photo certainly embodies that; representing the dark reality of the issues facing Elephants from the continuing ivory trade.
Bengal Tiger Profile$242 – $593
As part of photographer George Wheelhouse’s “On Black” nature collection, this low-key style profile of a Bengal tiger is both magnificent and daunting. Presented in color, in a wide-aspect image, this photograph invites a sense of drama as well as beauty. One can appreciate all the small details of this iconic species. The stillness of the dark background and the asymmetrical imbalance of the composition emphasizes the tiger’s gaze. As an endangered species, could his expression be one of lamenting sadness or contemplative attention?