Irish Landscape Photographs
by Philip Pankov
"An everyday view imbued with an extraordinary, almost noir-ish sense of drama."
Summer Wheat, Greystones
- The Irish Independent
"one of the increasingly few people offering good silver prints for a reasonable price"
- Scott Lewis, Editor, Photo Techniques Magazine
About the photographer
The Way, Co. Antrim
Dublin-based, Russian-born Philip Pankov was printing his own photographs by the time his family moved to Moscow at the age of eleven. After then moving to Dublin in 1996 to study at Trinity College, Philip began exhibiting widely and has since gained recognition worldwide for his striking Black&White Landscape Photographs of Ireland.
About the photographs
All Philip Pankov photographs are available hand-printed or printed on high-quality canvas. Philip adheres to archival techniques which ensure your photograph will remain beautiful for a lifetime.
About the photography
Renowned for their sharpness and high level of detail, Philip's landscape photographs sing the praises of modern Ireland. From the coast of Dublin to the fields of Wexford and the cliffs of Donegal, Philip captures Ireland at its most beautiful.
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More praise for Philip Pankov Photography...
Elaine M. Parry, ILFORD Photo (the world's leading supplier of black & white photography materials)
Torc Waterfall, Muckross House
"It was an absolute pleasure to look through the stunning monochrome images in your website galleries - and the purpose of this e.mail communication is to enquire whether you would be willing to allow us to feature any of your work on the ILFORD Photo web-site. You really do have some fabulous images in your galleries, which illustrate so well the unique beauty and impact of the monochrome image."
Irish Tatler Magazine, June 2004
"Philip Pankov is exhibiting throughout June at the Velka Gallery of Photography. He works exclusively in black and white and his ultra high resolution images ensure that even the finest detail can be seen. This exhibition...will tell a thousand more tales of the fair city than any postcard ever could. A challenge to your perceptions, Pankov visits Dublin from a variety of angles that makes for interesting views."