Yes, of course there is a market, but I donīt exactly see how you can expect to get anything worthwhile without paying through the nose for it today. A print, of perfect technical quality (for me, a well-glazed one) with all possible tones on show is meaningless unless the content is worth looking at too.
To get that latter quality, I suggest that you forget all about landscape and the ubiquitous pepper shots and look at the work of guys that used to be with Globe Photos in the 50s. A personal view, but that was a time when quality was taken for granted or you felt, no, absorbed the caress of the doorknob on your way out.
Have fun, but be prepared to spend or forget it.