The online wall art shop
Welcome to our Online Wall Art & Canvas Shop, an extensive gallery store of over 80 + striking images from across the Kent coast. All of our photographs are available to order online on a selection of beautiful, gallery quality materials including Canvas, Aluminium, Acrylic, Mounted Prints & Framed Prints.
With 3 x choices of size to choose from for each material, all of our Wall Art orders are personally organised one-by-one to guarantee safe packaging and fast delivery. Click on each town below to check out our full online gallery.
Rich in history, golden sandy beaches and picturesque views, it is no wonder Broadstairs is the ‘Jewel in Thanet’s crown’.
Broadstairs boosts an abundance of beautifully crafted coastline, with 7 named beaches displaying creviced cliffs, flint-filled rock pools and a seamless horizon different at every angle, Broadstairs is a delight to witness. From the perfectly curved Viking Bay to the curious caves and chalk stack at Botany Bay.
Margate, Westgate & Birchington
Margate is the original British seaside destination. Childhood memories of city break holidays and the melodies of the arcades means this famous seaside resort holds the hearts of so many. Its recent vintage regeneration emphasises Margate’s artistic history and has led many to rename it the "Shoreditch by the Sea". Westgate & Birchington towns sit North East on the Kent Coast and offer a quieter alternative to the main town’s of Thanet. The coast here extends extensively and is Kent’s zenith at sunset.
The Royal Port of Ramsgate hosts an array of maritime and war history. Most likely it’s historic hayday was it’s involvement with the D-day evacuation, where Ramsgate saw a fleet of 700 small private ships routed to Dunkirk, this incredible feat led to the rescue of 338,000 soldiers. Ramsgate’s royal marina offers a true continental feel as small dingy boats to super yachts and ferries decorate the harbour and make for stunning views from the cliff top promenade that extends from Dumpton Park to Minster. On a clear day look to the horizon for sightings of France.
Whitstable & Herne Bay
Whitstable’s heart is her harbour, with a plethora of sea sports, fishing, tourism, traders, beach dwellers and locals. The markets boast independent artists with homemade crafts, fishmongers and delectable eateries including a selection of world class oyster restaurants.
Perching neatly between the antique villages of Herne and Reculver, Herne Bay is another town that benefited from the growth of Kent’s 19th century seaside resort evolution, rising to eminence from a quaint farming and smuggling village.
On the distant, western edge on the Kent coastline lays the mysterious Dungeness, translated simply as ‘headland’ or less simply ‘dangerous nose’.
As the sea recedes from the land it exposes the biggest shingle area on the continent. The growing 12 square miles of shingle sand is identified as the UKs only desert. Take an eerie trip along the lengthy wooden beach walk, and spot the old train line, skeletons of boats and the WW2 acoustic mirrors.
Deal & Dover
Deal is located 8 miles North of Dover and just 25 miles west of France. Deal Castle’s Tudor Rose inspired bastions adds a touch of unusual to the small fishing port, whilst it’s smuggling past provides a quirky history.
Dover is home to Britain’s strongest coastal defence with both Dover Castle and Deal Castle, this stretch of coast is opulent in history. The white cliffs of Dover are world famous in history and literature and as a welcoming gateway to England from the continent. The cliffs were also home to the secret tunnels of the Second World War where operation Dynamo was born and executed.