Fine Art Painting & Drawings of the beauty of the British Isles

This most iconic view of Aberporth beach is presented by Vlad-Art from an original painting created in oil by Welsh based artist Vladislas. The coast village of Aberporth has actually two sandy safe swimming sheltered beaches with rock pools making it ideal for family holidays. There are in fact two sandy beaches: Traeth Dolwen and in the painting here, Traeth y Dyffryn "valley beach", also known as Traeth y Llongau "ships beach", as ships used to anchor in this natural harbour in olden days. Today a sand bar has built over the years and created a large sandy beach with an enclosed lagoon.  
Aberporth is a great place to look out for dolphins that can come close to the Cardigan Bay shore. It was once an important village for herring fishing but now it is a popular but still hidden resort for swimming, kayaking, surfing, fishing and sailing.
 

This is an OPEN EDITION reproduction produced as the original, on canvas, to the highest print quality, comes with a certificate of authenticity and inclusive of FREE fully tracked delivery in the UK.

About Vladislas Oil Paintings reproductions

Vladislas open edition prints depict scenes from around the UK and British Isles in various sizes and made available for sale as fine art quality prints closely reproduced from the original on an outstanding, professionally treated acid-free, water resistant textured fine art paper and printed with the highest museum archival quality giclée standards.

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  • Product Code: 27-OIL- Aberporth Beach oil painting by Vlad-Art
  • Availability: In Stock
  • £35.00


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