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John Fairhall Gallery

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Photographs by Australian photographer John Fairhall

Choose from 700 pictures in our John Fairhall collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery. We are proud to offer this selection in partnership with Auscape Photo Library.


Featured John Fairhall Print

Bronze sculptures by Stephen Walker at Franklin Wharf with Battery Point in the background

Bronze sculptures by Stephen Walker at Franklin Wharf with Battery Point in the background. The figures are part of the tribute to the Antarctic explorer and scientist Louis Bernacchi from a sculptor with a strong interest in Antarctica. Sullivans Cove, Hobart, Tasmania, Australia

Artworks, Derwent River, Penguins, Public Art, Seals, Statues, Waterfront

Featured John Fairhall Print

Road known as Jacobs Ladder, famous for its series of hairpin bends

Road known as Jacobs Ladder, famous for its series of hairpin bends which lead to the summit of Ben Lomond and the alpine plateau and ski fields. The road is unsealed and passes dramatic dolerite cliffs. Ben Lomond National Park, Tasmania, Australia

Australian, Autumn, Bend, Cliff, Dangerous, Day, Descent, Dolerite, Driving, Extreme Terrain, Fall, From Above, Geography, Geology, Hairpin, High Angle View, Landscape, Motoring, Mountain, Nature, Outdoors, Road, Scenery, Scenic, Sheer, Tasmanian, Tourism, Travel Destinations, Turn, Twist, Zigzag

Featured John Fairhall Print

Balancing act: the creator may be an artist, slightly crazy, or just fascinated by

Balancing act: the creator may be an artist, slightly crazy, or just fascinated by the challenge of mastering the principles of balance. He or she works at dawn. Later, a curious passerby cannot resist touching the poised, posed, rock to check for some form of adhesive. The stone falls, the person tries to rebalance it but fails, so they place it on the ground and scurry off, embarrassed. Devonport, Tasmania, Australia