Lake District Panoramic Canvas Prints

Large, high resolution canvases of the Lake District
Bowness On Windermere Morning Mists Canvas

Lake District panoramas use multiple photographs seamlessly ‘joined together to create very high resolution images of 70-100 million pixels (more at times). This means detail is maintained even at large print sizes. There’s large panoramic images of most of the main lakes and tarns of the Lake District. With Derwent Water, Wast Water, Buttermere and Blea Tarn in Langdale being among my favourite locations for nice wide panoramas.

Available as single panel canvases up to 8ft wide or as multi panel canvases up to 13ft wide! These really do make a statement. Other ratios/sizes available here – Lake Districts Canvases.

Postage
  • Canvases take approx 7 working days to deliver using tracked shipping.
  • Postage starts at £4.95 for small sizes
  • Postage for larger sizes is £8.95
  • Delivered 'made-up', no assembly required.
  • UK only delivery for canvases.
  • Free Delivery on Orders Over £99
Canvas Info
Canvases prints use high quality materials. With 1.5″ (4cm) gallery style bars made from Kiln dried pine. Smaller sizes use 2cm thick bars.
The print is wrapped around the edges of the frame.
Printed using the highest quality large format roll printer, using archival ink (UltraChrome K3). With lightfastness ratings of up to 108 years.
Prices
Single panel canvases start at 2ft wide and go up to 7ft wide with multi panels up to 13ft wide.
Canvases start at £69 for smaller sizes
Up to around £299 - £339 for the largest sizes
Room Mock Up

If you’d like to get an idea of what the image would look like hanging on your wall – email me a pic of your room – Room Mock Up

Lake District panoramic canvas prints are available as single panels and 3 panel split canvases. (4 – 5 panels available on request)

Canvas wrap prints use high quality materials. With 1.5″ (38mm) gallery style bars made from Kiln dried pine. The print is wrapped around the edges.

The print is wrapped around the edges using the reflection method. This is where the edges of the image are copied, reversed and added to the outside of the photograph. The benefit of this is that none of the original image is lost. What you see on the site is what you get.

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