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Coronado Beach Canvas Art
View down the beach on Coronado Island, CA.

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Poster Wall Decal Mounted Print Canvas Art Framed Print
12" x 16" $9 $12 $21 $64 $69
18" x 24" $14 $17 $30 $104 $99
24" x 32" $19 $25 $44 $149 $129
30" x 40" $26 $35 $62 $220 $189
36" x 48" $35 $47 $86 $301 $259
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Coronado Beach Canvas Art

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Can only be shipped to AU,CA,FR,DE,NZ,ES,GB1 and US
Product ID: 575119160
$64
 

About Canvas Prints

Canvas is printed with UV-resistant archival inks and stretched on 1 1/2" wood stretcher bars which won't warp or crack. Shipped with mounting hardware installed, ready to hang anywhere in your home or office.


Nothing brings a more personal touch to each-and-every room in your home or office than Canvas Art. Whether you want to add your own favorite photos to canvas art, or shop for canvas wall art with panoramic shots of major cities or nature, we have them ready to print and ship at CafePress. These unframed canvas prints come in many sizes, including large wall art that's sure to create an amazing effect in your home, office or wherever your walls need a great work of art. Create canvas wall art from photos of your favorite vacation destination, of the kids growing up, or perhaps that big event from your wedding day to the 50th anniversary party. Art on canvas celebrates your life in a meaningful way, as canvas prints bring memories back so you can relive great times over and over.
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Seaside by Riccoboni at the water's edge on the quaint island of Coronado in San Diego, the Hotel del Coronado is one of America's most beautiful resorts on one of the worlds top ten beaches.
Coronado beach and Hotel del painted by RD Riccoboni
North America, California, San Diego. The Hotel del Coronado is a luxury hotel in the city of Coronado near San Diego. It is one of the few surviving examples of the wooden Victorian beach resort.