Urban Art

Urban art for your wall - from across Europe

Some Simple Colourful Images

Images captured in passing, bringing a little colour to life.

Nature

From the sublime to the gritty. Textures of trees, water, rocks.

Graffiti Hearts & Other Public Feelings

Small prints for the one you love.

Decay and Dereliction

All that remains. Forgive me my trespasses.

Landscapes of Scotland

Images of the Highlands and coastline of Scotland.

Landscapes of England & Wales

The hills, mountains and coastline of England and Wales.

Urban Images

People and places. Images from European cities.

Urban Buildings

European cityscapes.

These Demented Lands

The landscape of energy and industry.

Train Dreams

Just passing through.

Places & Stories

Welcome to Incidental Images. Please do take a look through the galleries. Below are some musings on the places visited and the stories behind my photographs. All images are for sale, or, if you want to know a little more about any of the images, please contact me.

Birmingham (January 2015)

I went up to Birmingham today, to see a soon to vanish scene. In the middle of the city there stands, for now, a giant concrete building. The …
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Warsaw

I have been to Warsaw before but still feel a child like thrill as my train pulls into the city. I think because it was a long time goal, a reminder of my first foray to Europe, to Paris waiting for the train home at Gare du Nord. On the departure board there was no Crewe or Doncaster, or Swindon. Instead Brussels, Hannover, Berlin, Warsaw, Moscow. Exotic cities of the Old East.
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Gdansk

Gdansk. Danzig. The city where the first shots of World War II were fired and where the opening salvos that finally brought down the crumbling Eastern Bloc were unleashed. And, as that experiment in Empire has collapsed, so it feels that the centuries of wealth has drained and departed from the city: no more the town’s Baltic trade, no more the Free City and no more work at the mighty Lenin shipyards. Though not yet gone.
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From cityscapes to empty uplands, from scenes of decay to the textures of nature, my work is rooted in the beauty of the landscape we see around us and the imprint of humans upon it.

News

Information and updates about my work, exhibitions etc.

31st May 2017

Warwickshire Open Studios Exhibition

The stark beauty of cityscapes, post-industrial images and sumptuous man-made landscapes is captured in this new exhibition of images from Robert Shuttleworth, on display as part of Warwickshire …
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