• The Leaning Man
  • The Leaning Man

The Leaning Man द लीनिंग मैन

Edmund Sumner

The Leaning man is one of Edmunds' most sought after photographs with images being collected worldwide. The image itself is a simple one but  full of mystery and intrigue with vast array of differing personal interpretations and meaning, Edmund says that for him its a humanist  image of optimism in modernity,  hope and pure joy.

Flatteringly comparisons have been made to the work of Edward Hopper and the Hong Kong photographer Fan Ho.

 The image  was taken early one morning on a visit to the high court Chandigarh India (Le Palais de justice) designed by the Swiss French architect le Corbusier


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Printed on Giclée Hahnemühle German Etching

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AO Edition of 8 £2900 (2 sold)

A1 Edition of 15 £1200 

A2 Edition of 25 £900 1

A3 Edition of 50 @ £450

A4 Open @ £200

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Iconic Fine Art Architectural photographic Prints by Edmund Sumner



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