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The Fine Art range

I work very closely with another of my collaborative partners, Hahnemühle, to select the perfect paper for each individual print. These are high end papers suited to FineArt prints of archival quality, long-term exhibitions and art collections. 

This particular gallery includes some of my favourite images as FineArt pigment prints of A3 and above, all printed with love in my studio.

See also the smaller, affordable yet equally high quality Home Range here.

Scroll to the bottom of the page to read a few previous customers' comments.


Print testimonials

“A few years ago, Karl's iconic print 'Buttermere Tree' caught my eye and I had to have it! I started to follow him, and now have 11 of his prints hanging in my home. I love his eye for composition and colour, and the sense of space and tranquility he captures. His talent shines through in all his work. (I can also confess that I have decorated 4 rooms purely to complement his prints.) Every time I visit the website I see another one I really want... saving for the next one now!” Ali Middle

“I first came across Karl’s work when I saw several of his pictures in the Moorsview exhibition portfolio on OnLandscape’s magazine. I was particularly struck by the monochrome triptych 'Forest Visions', which had an intriguing and ethereal quality. I then looked up Karl’s website and couldn’t resist buying two of the pictures as a “Christmas present to me”. I wasn’t sure which material to pick but went for the aluminium backed option. I’m glad I did as I’m delighted with them. The prints have a lovely soft glow, are clear yet delicate and hold a beautiful tone. They will have pride of place when I sort out the room they are going in. On top of this, Karl was attentive enough to send an email thanking me for the purchase and assuring me that he was available should there be any problems - there are none; they are beautiful.” David Hawkes


“We absolutely love the prints we've had from Karl over the last couple of years. One of the Old Man of Storr takes centre stage in our living room, which has the ability to transport us back to Skye every time we gaze at it. The other is of scene in Assynt that lures you in, which has made a great addition to the top of our stairs, transporting us to tranquility every time we head up. Keep up the great work Karl and we will definitely be acquiring more of your work in the future.” Simon Bullock

"Just over five years ago we upped sticks from Leeds and planted ourselves in The Lake District. We felt that our new home needed an image or painting that had a local reference. Enter Karl's interpretation of The Buttermere Tree. Virtually, everyone with a camera and a perceived eye for a photograph has had cause to try and capture this icon, yet we felt Karl's interpretation had a quality of light that was absent from all others. Even now, after four years, I still find myself admiring the colours and depth of this image. Currently, it's being treated to a new frame and will soon return a prominent place in the house. A much loved piece. Thank you, my friend." Chris Mitchell

"I recently purchased a Forest Visions tryptich from Karl’s Home Range and I have to say that the prints look even more beautiful in real life. They are of such high quality and the Hahnemühle Agave paper really complements the gorgeous tones of the images. I had been looking for a set of three black and white prints and after much searching I found myself repeatedly coming back to Karl’s work. I find his photography to be something special in the way that he manages to capture a real sense of a place, to the point where I often feel as though I’m being drawn into his images. Karl was incredibly patient in helping me select images that worked well together when I was struggling to make my final choice, even providing examples of various tryptichs as part of the service. The Forest Visions are perfectly suited to the decor and feel of my room. The prints arrived very nicely packaged, and were a pleasure to open. I can’t wait to get them framed and finally hung in their rightful place. " Nicola Parkinson.


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