Guy Sargent's photographs are often driven by a physical, intellectual and emotional response to the subject, whether it's architecture, a portrait or an object found in a museum, employing the role of a casual but incisive observer.
Taking photographs is a constant and rewarding pleasure, the chosen subjects are diverse and varied, often inspired by travel, always looking for a fresh view.
Landscape, in particular, the coastal landscape is a constant source of learning.
Along the way, there are visits to museums, stately homes, cities, towns, and their streets.
The busyness of cities and the tranquility of a remote landscape offer highly contrasting but equally revealing opportunities for image making.
The work of many painters, both old masters through to living contemporary artists are a constant inspiration, combined with a passion for visual arts, design and typography which filters down to the posters available here.
There is a quiet stillness in much of his work, a distillation of visual imagery to give a simplified clarity to the work.
The historic and contemporary worlds are equally represented.
His work has been exhibited three times at the Summer Exhibition - Royal Academy of Arts, London.
Frequently Asked Questions
Are your prints available in other sizes?
If you cannot see a print size that fits an existing frame please contact me, it may be possible to create a custom size.
Some archival inkjet prints are available in sizes larger than stated online, please get in touch if you have an enquiry.
How will my print be packaged?
All prints are carefully packaged and dispatched in a cardboard tube.
How do I treat my print when unpackaged?
All prints are carefully rolled and dispatched in cardboard tubes, and require extreme care when handling. We recommend that after inspecting the product it be allowed to relax, allowing for better framing if that is your intention.
Attempting to roll the print again will have to be done with great care as this may cause damage.
Prints are made on matte paper and should be handled with extreme care to avoid any damage such as visible finger prints etc.
Do you sell picture frames?
No, whilst some prints are available in popular ready made picture frame sizes, we do not sell picture frames.
What paper do you use for your prints?
All photographic prints are archival inkjet "Giclée" prints, made on Matte Photo Rag paper, a 100% cotton museum grade, white Fine Art and photo paper.
This paper has an exceptional smooth white tone, developed to address the need for continued longevity requirements in the Digital Fine Art market.
All Giclée prints are made with Epson printers using the finest archival pigment inks, lightfast for 80 years or more.
Do your prints come with a certificate of authenticity?
Yes, all limited edition prints are supplied with a certificate of authenticity.
Where is your business based?
GUY SARGENT PRINTS is based in the United Kingdom, all prints and posters are dispatched from the UK.
All photographs & design on this website © 2021 Guy Sargent - All rights reserved.