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

This most adored view of Mwnt beach is presented by Vlad-Art from an original painting created in oil by Welsh based artist Vladislas.

Mwnt is a landmark seen from much of Cardigan Bay and found along the Ceredigion Coast Path. It gets its name from the iconic pointed hill that rises above the beautiful sheltered beach, a regular summer home to dolphins and seals. It is also the home to the ‘Church of the Holy Cross’ or in Welsh “Eglwys y Grog”, dating from the 14th century; a whitewashed rubble stone walls building under a slate roof surrounded by a number of graves.

Mwnt is at the top of the list of "Europe's top ten loveliest hidden beaches" with its clean sandy shore where the Irish Sea curls gently its waves, making swimming safe. It is a popular natural amphitheatre where many come to see the most incredible sunsets with dolphins leaping in the bay. 

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: 28-OIL-Mwnt Beach oil painting by Vlad-Art
  • Availability: In Stock
  • £35.00

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