Countless clients at home and abroad testify how having their horses captured in images produced by Matthew Seed is something of a privilege. Even individuals who don’t have horses but do enjoy exceptional fine art can revel in the delight of owning the works of the man dubbed “the world’s finest horse photographer.”

A carefully curated collection of Matthew’s work is now available to purchase online as framed limited editions.  Matthew has selected a range of stunning images, most of which are part of a restricted release of no more than 10 editions.

Each has its own unique ink mark and reference number registered with Tagsmart and will be issued with a Certificate of Authenticity providing evidence of ownership to protect your investment.

Two new fine art pieces by Matthew are due for release on Monday 13th November and are limited to 10 editions only. There will be a special launch price for the first five of these editions sold.

“I’m excited to release these two new Limited Edition fine art pieces which depict the 1st Duke of Wellington, about to leave for battle”, said Matthew. “We worked with Karl & Zana Greenwood of The Stampede Stunt Company to re-create the Duke with his rearing horse and I’m delighted with the results.”

Matthew Seed’s beautifully framed Limited Edition prints are available for delivery anywhere in the world and would make an ideal Christmas Gift for lovers of equine fine art. Last order date for Christmas delivery is Saturday 2nd December 2017.

For further details or to buy now click here: https://www.horse-photographer.co.uk/limited-editions/

Matthew Seed, aka The Horse Photographer, is the pioneer of bringing flash lighting to horses out in the field and is lauded for his unique and dramatic, fine art approach to photographing horses.

In 2010 The Independent Newspaper featured Matthew’s work, likening it in style to that of the Old Masters, George Stubbs and Théodore Géricault. Having trained using film cameras, Matthew’s fine art photography is always achieved ‘in camera’ using a balance of daylight and flash lighting, which gives the authenticity that post production techniques can never achieve.

Matthew developed his camera and lighting skills over many years as a fashion & advertising photographer working with a myriad of blue chip brands, before venturing into fine art equestrian photography.