On behalf of selected artists we offer high-resolution digital art available to license for commercial use. If you have interest in licensing artwork, please feel free to contact us directly using the contact form below, or just give us a call (GMT+1).
Elisabeth Jane Bertrand started by licensing work by the award winning photographer Meike J. Panizza a photographer who started her career in California and coincidently is also her sister. The very first images were a collection of photographs from the Denali State Park which were licensed to a wealth management company in Zurich. Since then, Elisabeth has taken on the portfolio of several digital artists and photographers from the USA to Italy. Having worked in Digital Media for over 2 decades, many things had a way of coming together of the beginning of her career in Art Licensing. Important connections cultivated during the years working both in digital media as in the art world made it possible her to start Harper Douglas Max with an enviable client base. Commercially, probably some of the world's best artists. At Harper Douglas Max, we are bringing our unique vision of artistic talent to the marketplace. Therefore, we tend to approach artists directly which we believe we can offer opportunities. Generally, we work with ecommerce companies in the USA and Asia.
Tein Lucasson is the creator of the collection L ’Animorphe, animal portraits in the style of old masters. In 2016, when the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam released many of its works into the public domain, Lucasson digitally edited the painting to incorporate an image of his beloved labradoodle Ventje.
Simone Brillarelli was born in Florence (Italy), currently he works and lives in Milan but has also lived and worked in London and Rome. He is a visual artist, director and 2d animator. His work spans advertising, music videos and art. We discovered Simone at the Mercato Centrale in the Grand Central Station of Milan where his illustrations adorn posters and murals which gives the place a street art vibe.
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