“Everywhere I look, and most of the time I look, I see photographs.”


The Print Sales Gallery is pleased to offer lifetime silver gelatin and vintage prints from Bert Hardy, whose photographs are currently on view in Bert Hardy: Photojournalism in War and Peace at The Photographers’ Gallery. Having worked closely with Bert Hardy and his family for nearly 50 years, this is an exceptionally proud moment and a long overdue survey of this much-loved photographer’s practice. 


London-born photographer Bert Hardy (1913-1995, UK) was a seminal English documentary and press photographer known for his work as chief photographer for Picture Post magazine .Born into working class family in Blackfriars, Hardy worked his way up from a lab assistant to become a photographer. His street photography, most famously a photo of two boys off on a lark in Gorbals, reflects his sincere interest in people’s lives. On assignment he travelled widely as a photojournalist and captured significant events and personalities of the day. Three of his photographs were part of Edward Steichen’s groundbreaking exhibitionThe Family of Man at MoMA in 1955. Today his work is part of major UK and International collections.


Lifetime silver gelatin prints from £1,500 + VAT

Vintage silver gelatin prints from £3,000 + VAT


*Selected hightlights are available to view by clicking on the above 'works' tab. Other images may be available  to acquire as  vintage and/or later prints, please enquire for further information.