Rolf Blomberg (Stockholm, 1912 – Quito, 1996) was a Swedish explorer, writer, filmmaker and photographer. In 1934 he traveled to the Galapagos Islands and Ecuador for the first time. This expedition was the beginning of half a century of travelling to Indonesia, Australia, Colombia, Kenya, Brazil, Peru, Bolivia and many other countries.
Blomberg took almost 30,000 black-and-white photos with his Hasselblad camera (given to him personally by Victor Hasselblad) – timeless images that also demonstrate Blomberg's eye for composition. His magnificent photographic collection shows his ability to capture details, scenes and attitudes.
More photos from Rolf Blomberg
Float frame wood
Our favourite frame is a float frame of Mansonia wood (without glass). This wooden frame gives the art prints a very natural look and perfectly combines with the black and white photography.
Classic frame wood
We have selected several framing options with wood or black frame, and white passe-partout and museum art glass.
Classic frame black
The black frames with white passe-partout give the art prints a beautiful vintage look.