Welcome to the home of Australian fine art photography
The Light and Shadow Fine Art Gallery was located in Leura, Blue Mountains, near Sydney, Australia. It exhibited the iconic works of Australia’s most influential photographer, Max Dupain (1911-92), as well as high quality works by contemporary Australian photographers.
The Gallery, having closed its Leura doors in 2019, is now focused as a virtual gallery showcasing the beautiful and evocative monochrome and colour works of established photographers, many of them influenced by Dupain’s legacy. Dupain’s icons are offered here as well.
The Gallery represents a wonderfully talented group of Australian photographers who’s passion for the art form takes them from the natural wonders of Australia, especially the World Heritage Blue Mountains, to overseas destinations. I am proud of being able to exhibit their works and I hope you enjoy their creative offerings.
Peter White PhD
Quote of the Week
“To photograph is to hold one’s breath, when all faculties converge to capture fleeting reality. It’s at that precise moment that mastering an image becomes a great physical and intellectual joy.” Henri Cartier-Bresson
FEATURED IMAGES OF THE WEEK
FROM THE COLLECTION
The Light & Shadow Fine Art Gallery has recently launched its online business to showcase the wide variety of fine art photography by its represented photographers. If you have any feedback on the site and/or can suggest possible B2B opportunities please make contact with me.
The new Max Dupain catalogue showcases some of his iconic images in a well presented catalogue.
Produced for interior designers/ stylists and art consultants, it shows a variety of his iconic images up on mock-up walls. Just send me a message via the contact page to get the link.
For purchases within Australia, the preferred payment is direct bank transfer. For purchases outside of Australia, payment is credit cards. For purchases within Australia over $2,000, I accept monthly payment plans with deposit, to approved clients. Depending on the artist, no goods & services tax is applied