Last sunshine in Praiano

The quiet fishing village of Praiano, in Italy’s remarkable Amalfi Coast.


  • This photograph is printed on heavy weight archival Hahnmühle Fine Art Print Paper
  • The Fine Art Prints are accompanied by a certificate of authenticity
  • The Small and Medium sized prints include 3cm passepartout
  • The Large and Extra Large sized prints are printed edge to edge                       
  • The unframed Fine Art Prints fit into ready made frames
  • Your order is custom printed just for you


  • Photographic prints are custom printed to order
  • Please allow 7 business days for delivery of unframed Fine Art Prints
  • Please allow 28 days for delivery of framed Fine Art Prints

Framing service

  • We work with a local professional art framer to finish your new photographic print in our signature style
  • The frame is made of high quality natural oak from sustainable sources
  • Lightweight museum grade acrylic is used to ensure that your framed artwork is installed easily
  • Your new artwork does not require a professional hanging service
  • Once you have received your framed artwork, it is ready to hang

Size Guide

The dimensions below refer to the finished size of framed/ unframed artwork*:


Print Size: 45 x 30cm Framed Size: 49 x 34cm


Print Size: 75 x 50cm Framed Size: 79 x 54cm


Print Size: 120 x 80cm Framed Size: 124 x 84cm

Extra Large

Print Size: 150 x 100cm Framed Size: 154 x 104cm

*please invert the order of the dimensions for horizontal formats

The Artist

Max Haensel is a passionate photographer with a background in engineering. He holds a degree from Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Germany, and ETH, Switzerland. Having worked most of his career in renewable energy, he brings this precious knowledge to his photography. Max is a self-trained photographer who draws inspiration from his early-age exposure and interest in arts and design. His photographic work ranges from portraiture to landscape assignments. Max is influenced by conservation, exotic cultures, layered interiors, pristine nature, and spirited people. His photographs have been featured in The New York Times, Tatler, Esquire, Suitcase mag, and others.


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