Unleash truth, ignite change, and immerse in the captivating lens of Ernst Coppejans. Discover untold stories and elevate your space with limited edition prints that merge beauty, purpose, and global impact.

Among the locations where Ernst's work has been displayed are:

Each photograph captures a powerful story, from human trafficking survivors to the resilience of plants. Discover unspoken truths.

With every single item you purchase, I am thrilled to contribute a generous 10% to an incredible charity closely aligned with the very essence of the sold masterpiece!

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Shop the new collection of botanic still lifes. Through this series, I aim to highlight the delicate yet resilient nature of these organisms, and the ways in which they symbolize growth, renewal, and rebirth. Each photograph is carefully composed to capture the unique personality and essence of each individual flower or plant.

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Meet the artist

Based in Amsterdam, Ernst is a passionate and empathic photographer.

"My portrait photography confronts pressing societal issues, such as human rights, gender, racism, and prejudice. Through sincere portraits and botanical still life inspired by Dutch traditions, I capture authenticity and raise awareness about urgent matters."

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  • Henri from Oslo

    "I am the proud owner of two of Ernst's works. They are even more beautiful in person. I had them framed in coloured wooden frames with museum glass. The frame colours match details in the portraits. The portraits are stunning. I'm secretly already looking for my next piece."

  • John from Brussels

    "When I saw Ernst's work at an art fair I was blown away, especially when I heard the story behind this beautiful face. It is important to me art has meaning."

  • Kate from New York

    "Our son just had his coming out when we encountered 'the boy with the blue tongue' at an art fair. The story made us realise how fortunate we are and how different coming out is for many people in other parts of the world. We bought 'the boy with the blue tongue' as a coming out present for our son and he is now a part of our family. We actually talk to him."