22 Oct Photography Slideshows – beautiful fine art prints from award-winning photographers
Photography Slideshows – beautiful fine art prints from award-winning photographers
Beautiful | Unique | Photography Prints
The Helen Jones Florio Gallery is an online platform to purchase gorgeous photography prints. We offer a wide selection of works, some of which are featured in the following slideshows. Collections come from a very select group of internationally established, award-winning, photographers. We work on a one-to-one basis.
Individual Buyers | Interior Design Studios | Corporate | Hospitality industry
all queries are welcome
The following slideshows are a glance at our photographers’ galleries
Chris Bartlett is an American, New York-based, photographer
Jason Florio – who recently won the Magnum Photography Awards 2017 Photojournalism Series – is a British, NYC/Malta/West Africa based photographer
‘Jason Florio’s work is breathtaking! I’ve used his photography in my favorite projects, and his pieces steal the show! Helen Jones-Florio is so great to work with and I highly recommend!’ Hark+Osbourne Interior Design
Michel Delsol is a Parisian, New York-based, photographer
How to order prints? It’s simple!
Photographer, Ken Shung is a born and bred New Yorker, based in NYC
Robert Goldstein is an American, London-based, photographer
‘His vision travels geographically, emotionally, and politically. His vision and singular ability to embed the image into the viewer’s memory remains still.’
Feel free to contact the gallery, with any questions about the photographers, their work, and print purchase information. Or email firstname.lastname@example.org directly
Oskar Landi is an Italian, Brooklyn-base, photographer
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Last, but most definitely not least!
Ritty Tacsum is a Maltese, Malta-based, photographer
‘Her work taps into memory and makes abundant reference to context, time and place. Architecture features prominently in her work, as do moody surreal settings often dominated by masked anamorphic or androgynous figures.’