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

This reproduction of Cardigan Island seen from Poppit Sands is presented by Vlad-Art from an original painting (20” x 16”) created in oil by Welsh based artist Vladislas. This portrayal of this popular sight of Cardigan.

Cardigan Island, a small, uninhabited island near Cardigan in Ceredigion, south-west Wales. It lies opposite Poppit Sands, a sandy beach backed with sand dunes at the mouth of the Teifi Estuary near St.Dogmaels. Cardigan island is known for having a small colony of grey seals. It is reachable within 200 metres of the Welsh coastline near Gwbert that is opposite poppit Sands beach. The island was once the home of puffins and Manx shearwater. Today birds such as guillemots, razorbills, cormorants, shags, fulmars and a variety of sea-gulls all nest on the island. Bottlenose dolphins and Atlantic grey seals are also often seen in the sea around the island.

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.

Buying Couldn't Be Easier

Buying an open edition oil painting reproduction from Vlad-Art couldn't be easier, just add your chosen canvas print to your basket and follow the easy on-screen instructions to checkout. Your fine art canvas print will be dispatched in secure packaging.

Write a review

Please login or register to review
  • Product Code: 16-OIL- Cardigan Island oil painting by Vlad-Art
  • Availability: In Stock
  • £35.00


Available Options


or contact us about Original Artwork availability

Tags: Wales in oils Seascape

» Back to Top