Fine Art photographer Louis-Philippe Provost is inspired by architecture and travelling, sharing his passion through his creative work where he studies buildings and landscapes from new and different angles. In his unique style, he favors black and w...
Choose material and size
from 386 €
from 227 €
FINE ART PAPER
from 101 €
worldwide, insured shipping
lifetime After-Sales support
signed certificate of authenticity
30 days return policy
Professional and insured worldwide delivery by our logistics experts | Shipping fees are stated at checkout | The cost of delivery depends on destination and sizes | Taxes are included in the price | 30 days return policy, except for on-demand products
ARTOUI.com stands for reliability: 30 days return policy | Curated Art stands for quality | Our originals and limited editions are shipped with a certificate of authenticity
All market standards from transfer to credit card payments
What influences prices on ARTOUI.com? | Artist’s awards and accomplishments | Certifications | Local or international exposure | Market price ranges | Technique, size, material
About the artist
Fine Art photographer Louis-Philippe Provost is inspired by architecture and travelling, sharing his passion through his creative work where he studies buildings and landscapes from new and different angles. In his unique style, he favors black and white to highlight the composition and contrast of his images.
After completing a two-year program in photography at La Cité Collégiale in Ottawa, he worked for ten years as a printer in a professional photo laboratory. Through the years, he acquired a solid experience in printing while perfecting his image manipulation techniques. His transition from the darkroom to digital imaging enhanced his capacity to innovate and improve his photographic production.
Louis-Philippe devotes numerous hours to edit each art piece of his portfolio in order to guarantee a unique delivery. Aspiring to indulge us with a production of the highest and most professional quality, he also chooses carefully the printing medium by way of a signature to his creations.