Fine Art Prints

Greg du Toit is an internationally acclaimed fine art African wildlife photographer who has exhibited his work from New York to Singapore. A sell out exhibition with National Geographic on the high streets of London, was simply titled 'Africa'. All images in these galleries are available as autographed limited edition (1 of only 10) fine art prints, personally captured in camera by Greg and meticulously prepared for print...

Artist Statement: Although based out of Johannesburg in South Africa, I see the broader African continent as my home. As an artist I am unique in a few aspects; the first being that I am African born and my work is also exclusively Africa-themed. I also only photograph animals in the wild and I once sat in a waterhole in Kenya’s Rift Valley for a period of 270 hours, to get photographs of nomadic lions drinking, which lead to a sellout exhibition with the National Geographic Gallery in London. My photographs are moments which I have witnessed in the wilds of Africa, from behind my lens, and I therefore do not use camera-traps or drones in my work. Furthermore, I produce my artwork predominantly in the camera and in the field. An ‘African wildlife fine art photographer’ is perhaps the best way to describe me and my fine art pieces are simply my way of sharing encounters with wild animals, in their wild habitats. After spending 20 years photographing, waiting for the light, subject, background and behaviour to coexist in singular moments, I have assembled this body of work. I am passionate about African wildlife and through my photography I share the wonder and awe that I feel when I am in Africa’s wild places. Being a low light specialist I enjoy taking my camera out when it is nearly dark, and I especially enjoy the blue hues that go along with the twilight hours. A long exposure of elephants at a waterhole in Botswana earned me the highest accolade in world wildlife photography when the BBC named me their ‘Wildlife Photographer of the Year’. I also regularly employ slow shutter speeds to convey a sense of movement and mystery (see my Ethereal Africa gallery). I am a predator specialist and a four year project photographing leopards in low light lead to a 13 page portfolio in the BBC Wildlife Magazine. While my work has been displayed in both the London and Sydney Natural History Museums and my Authentic Africa collections have been shown from New York to Singapore, I am essentially a solo artist, selling my work privately (see the online galleries at the bottom of this page). Through my photography I have also found a conservation purpose, believing that wildlife photographers play an important role in conserving, by giving wildlife a voice. I am an ambassador for lion conservation in Kenya and I have donated numerous artworks to both animal and humanitarian charities. For a list for charities I have donated fine art works to, please see my conservation and charity page.

Print details: I sell my prints in the two basic sizes listed below. If you have a specific space in mind for the print, the size can be adapted to fit your space. I use archival textured art paper with wonderful texture and colour rendition. Your print comes with a Greg du Toit signature and an edition numbered. I offer a full refund if you are not entirely satisfied with your print and the period of refund lasts for 2 weeks after you receive your print. I have yet to have needed to refund anyone, but I like to offer you maximum peace of mind, and to assure you of the finest print quality. Scroll down to the bottom of the page for a comprehensive print FAQ and to see my online galleries. Your print is 1 of only 10 numbered prints of that size in the world, and each one of these limited edition prints comes at a cost of:

MEDIUM: longest side 20″ / 51cm or smaller:

R11,400 (VAT excl.)

LARGE: longest side 37″ / 94cm or larger:

R23,000 (VAT excl.)

*The above prices include worldwide shipping to major centres.
*The above sizes include a 5cm white border.
* If you order more than one print at a time you receive a 20% discount.


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Fine Art Print FAQs

How do I order my print?

Simply browse through the galleries at the bottom of this page and choose the prints you like!

You say ‘numbered limited edition prints’, what do you mean?

As the artist, I keep the original print and I then offer only 10 numbered prints worldwide, in both the medium and the large size. This means that your print is 1 of only 10 numbered prints in the entire world of that size. What make’s a Limited Edition Greg du Toit even more valuable is that I only sell my prints in two sizes, a medium and a large. This means that your print is only one of 20 numbered prints in the entire world, regardless of size.

Do you issue certificates?

I issue certificates only upon request. From past experience I have found that people do not really know what to do with a certificate and it is also a little bit old fashioned now, in this digital age. Certificates are also easy to forge so you might need a certificate for your certificate, if you know what I mean? If you think about it, they offer little ‘authenticity’. Each print comes with a Greg du Toit signature and is numbered. You will deal directly with me, the artist, when ordering your print. If however you want a certificate, this is very easy to do and I will include it with your print. Just kindly let me know when you place your order.

Does my print come with a border?

Yes, it comes with a 5cm white border, to fit my signature on the bottom right and your limited edition print number on the bottom left. We then add an extra 2cm for the framers to handle the print.

So the longest side measurements you give, does this include the border?

Yes, the standard measurements above, include the 5cm border. If you need a print a specific size, then simply use my contact page to send the dimensions and I will size the end product accordingly. Or if you would like to know the print’s exact finished dimensions, with the border, then I can send this to you.

How is my print shipped?

Your print is shipped rolled in a cardboard sleeve and carefully wrapped in tissue paper.

Why do you not frame prints?

The shipping from Africa of a framed print will be very difficult and expensive. Framing is also very location specific and subjective. You need to match the colour of your frame to the colour of other decor in the room.

How do I uncurl the print?

I strongly advise that you take the print straight to the framers and uncurl it there. Do not uncurl it at home and then transport it to the framers as the more the print is handled, the more the risk of damage. When you remove the print from the postal tube, the print will be curled. To uncurl the print do the following by using the postal tube and the tissue paper that comes with the print, nothing else is needed

1. Wash and dry hands to handle the print and do not touch the print surface,

2. Lay the curled print that was removed from postal tube on a flat surface

3. Cover the printed surface with tissue paper

4. Use the postal tube that the print was shipped in

5. Firmly and with care roll the covered print around the tube

6. Hold the rolled print for approximately 30 seconds in the rolled position

7. Unroll the print and remove the tissue paper – the print will be flattened.

What size can I order my print in?

I offer two basic sizes, a medium size and a large size, but both can be customised especially for you. If you order a print whereby the longest side is equal to or less than 51cm (20″) then your print falls into my medium category. If you order a print larger than this, then your print falls into my large size. There might be a small extra charge for a print larger than my standard large size and remember there is a limitation as to how large I can print a piece, as the quality deteriorates with an increase in size. I have found, from extensive printing experience, that a size of 94cm (37″) is optimum and that is why this is my standard large size. But if you would like a larger print, I can certainly print bigger, but exactly how big will depend on the individual photo and the width, as paper rolls come only so wide. Quality is of the utmost importance and I suggest that you begin by deciding where you want to hang the piece and by making allowance for a frame, then measuring the longest side that you would like your print to be. We can then take it from there.

I need more options, can you send me a selection of prints to choose from?

Yes I can! But what will help me greatly is if you browse my galleries or Instagram and tell me what sort of images you are interested in? I can then send you more options in a single email, to help you along in your selection process. It is unfortunately not feasible to place all my imagery onto my website, so by all means if you like what you see, and if you want to see more of a specific concept, colour, animal or location, then please do send me a request. I collect my photographs painstakingly and meticulously, so I will not send you dozens of photographs, as I am an artist rather than a stock library. But, in most instances, I certainly can send you a few more options to choose from, making your selection process personal and unique.

Which images are available as prints and which are limited editions?

All the photographs of wildlife or nature that you see on this website or my socials are offered as limited edition prints only. You can email me and enquire about purchasing any photo of mine, including any you see on social media. But, I only sell limited edition pieces as every photograph I put out, is a work of carefully considered art. I therefore do not distinguish between open and closed editions.

How long does the print take to be delivered?

From the time you get a reply, the print usually takes 4 weeks to arrive at your door. If you need it sooner, then it is possible.

What paper do you print on?

After comparing the best fine art papers in the world, I have finally found a paper that best suites my work. The ILFORD GALERIE FineArt Textured Silk is a weighty paper (270gsm) with near 100% opacity. This paper is a tactile textured matt, which I feel any fine art piece must possess. But, there are lots of papers out there with great texture. What Ilford Galerie does better than any is give a vibrant depth of colour. The saturated colours I like to work with are accentuated as it plays to the strength of the photographic medium, rendering vibrant and life-like works. The paper is acid free and warm toned with a fine texture, allowing the finer details to not be lost. It is firmly structured and very importantly, it is durable. In the past I used Hahnemeule German Etching which is a very similar paper but I found the Ilford Galerie to have the same wonderful texture, but with a larger colour gamut, giving excellent sharpness and colour. I take great care to produce high quality results in camera and this paper does not let me down in replicating my efforts in the field.

Why do you not offer canvas prints?

After extensive testing with canvas prints, I find that the special and textured art paper I use, gives far superior results. This is especially notable with reference to deep blacks, colour saturation and detail. A giclee photographic print on art paper is a very special work of art indeed, combining vibrant colours and detail in ways other mediums cannot. Canvas as a print medium does not highlight these signature qualities of colour and detail – the defining elements of the photographic medium.

Do you have any framing advice?

I would advise taking your rolled print straight to the framers as the more times it is handled, then the greater the risk of damage. Framing is an element that collectors often find daunting but it is actually really easy. Start by going to your local professional framer down the road and seeking their advice, and looking at different frames. Picture framing has been around for hundreds of years, it is not a new science, nor is it an exact art. The print itself is the hero and the frame simply enhances and protects it. Your print comes with a 5cm (2 inch) white border in which the artist’s signature and limited edition number appears. This means that you can frame the print as is, behind glass.

The only problem with glass is that it often causes reflection issues and if you are prone to being irritated by reflections, or if your print is going to hang near a window or lamp, or in a generally bright space, then you will definitely want a non reflective (also known as non glare or matt) glass (also known as glazing). The problem with non reflective glass is that it can sometimes detract from the colour and detail of the print so ask your framer if you can inspect the print with the non reflective glass, before continuing with framing.

In terms of the type of frame, you need to decide if you want an organic feel to the print? If so, then go with wood but if you looking for a more modern look and feel, then you can consider another material. If you wanting to create a minimalistic feel, then a simple narrow white or black frame can work well. A black frame on a white wall will draw attention to the print whereas a white frame will make the print appear to just blend in. There are many different framing options but the good news is that you almost cannot go wrong. The one bit of advice I will give is that either your frame or the matting board (if you choose to have one) should compliment another colour in the room. Again, this is not as daunting as it seems, simply match the frame colour or the board colour with another colour in the room. I often match my frame with the colour of a piece of furniture. The colour of the frame should therefore echo the colour of something else in the room. If you have a light green couch, use a light green frame or light green matting, simple as that. Then go out and buy a few light green cushions and voila!

A good option is to go with a white frame and then match the colour of the matting board around the photo, to the colour of something else in the room. If you then one day move, all you need to do is get your mounting board changed and not the frame. Another good idea is to frame all your art pieces for a particular room at the same time.

If even the above advice is too much for you, then simply take the print as is and frame it with a narrow white frame (if you want the print to blend into the wall) or black frame (if you want then print to stand out from the wall). Nothing else is needed!

Don’t be scared of framing, rather see it as a fun element.

Can I buy a photo outright?

Yes, you can buy an entire edition and own the only photograph of its kind in the world. Provided of course it is a new piece of mine that has not yet been sold. The cost for an exclusive buyout is US$17 800 and this includes both print sizes. This means that you will own the only fine art print of its kind and it will be numbered 1 of 1.

How long will my print last?

Giclee prints are renowned for their extreme longevity and for delivering integrity to original artwork and photographs, making this the preferred modern day printing method. Correctly cared for, your print should last generations.

How can I look after my print?

Treat your print as you would any other extremely valuable fine art piece as your print is 1 of only 10 in the entire world. Your print should not be hung in direct sunlight for prolonged periods and should not be kept in a place of high humidity, this can cause the paper to expand and bend. Prolonged direct sunlight is likely to cause discolouration in your print as it would with anything else like furniture, carpets, wallpaper etc. No solvents should come into direct contact with your print ever and also no finger tips, your fingers have oil on them. Never ever wipe a piece of dirt from the print surface with your finger, use a blower brush. Please get your print framed as quickly as possible and always place the acid free tissue paper, that comes with your print, on top of it to avoid damage, until it is framed. Use professional framers and ask them to use the best materials for the tape, backing board, mounting board and matting board (see diagram below). Non-reflective glass with UV protection is also recommended and while this is not a must, it will help your print to stand the test of time.

How does payment work?

Payment can be done via PayPal or via a bank wire. If you prefer to do a bank transfer then use my contact page to message me and I will send you all the necessary details. I do ask for payment up front and I can issue you an invoice if you require one. I also offer a 2-week refund policy from the time you take ownership of your print provided I receive the print back in good order. I have not yet needed to refund any collectors, but I want you to have peace of mind. Your print is something that I want to bring light, life and joy into your home or office, and if it’s not doing that, then please do send it back. Provided the print is in perfect condition, a no questions asked refund is offered within this 2-week period.

Are the print prices fixed forever?

The cost of my prints is not fixed and can change depending on many different factors, including the world economy and exchange rate fluctuations. Living in Africa, I just never know what is going to happen. As the author and copyright owner of my work, I also reserve the right to charge more for edition numbers that are close to selling out. The costs reflected on this page are however my standard prices and if an edition is close to selling out, and I do need to revise the cost, I will inform you of this when you enquire about your print. The decision will then be yours to make, regarding whether you want to buy the last number in any edition.

Please note that print prices can be changed at any time depending on exchange rate fluctuations or nearing the closing of an edition.

You mention the longest side of your prints only, why?

Every print will have a different width because I treat each photograph as its own entity. I therefore don’t force an image to confine to any particular dimensions and for this reason, I only give the measurements of the longest side. If however you would like to know the shortest side’s dimensions of your chosen print, then I can give this to you easily when you send me your enquiry.

How do I go about buying a print?

Simply browse my ‘Galleries‘ and follow the link through to my shop: If you hover your mouse over the thumbnail of the print you want to purchase, you will see in the top right of the thumbnail, a shopping cart will appear. Click the cart and you will be taken through to my shop to settle with your credit card. Alternatively, you can email me regarding any photo of mine you see anywhere on this website or on any of my social media platforms or printed media. Send me a short description of the image via my contact page and I will email you a low res version,  just to make sure we are talking about the same image.

Is there anywhere I can see your work in print?

I have a coffee table book titled AWE, showcasing a decade’s worth of photography, but I also have a gallery that represents me in Cape Town, South Africa. Here is a link to the gallery website: and feel free to contact them.

Fine Art Print Galleries