Canterbury Museums and Galleries

Canterbury Museums and Galleries bring the city's rich culture, art and heritage to life. With collections dating back to 1825, Canterbury Museums and Galleries now hold a nationally important group of works by locally born Victorian painter Thomas Sidney Cooper, as well as images of Canterbury Cathedral, works related to the murder of Thomas Becket and Chaucer's Canterbury Tales, and portraits of many local people.

 

Art prints and custom framed prints

Each of the following artworks can be purchased as unframed prints in a variety of sizes. We also have an array of high quality frames that are custom built for each print.

  • A Study of Cattle and Sheep on a Clifftop
    A Study of Cattle and Sheep on a Clifftop Cooper, Thomas Sidney, 1803–1902
  • Canterbury Cathedral from the Stour Meadows, Kent
    Canterbury Cathedral from the Stour Meadows, Kent Cooper, William Sidney, 1854–1927
  • Canterbury from Kingsmead, Kent
    Canterbury from Kingsmead, Kent Dawson, Alfred, b.1843
  • Fordwich Bridge, Kent, from the River
    Fordwich Bridge, Kent, from the River Swain, Ned, c.1848–1902
  • Interior of Canterbury Cathedral, Kent
    Interior of Canterbury Cathedral, Kent unknown artist
  • Lady Susan Bertie, Countess of Kent
    Lady Susan Bertie, Countess of Kent Master of the Countess of Warwick, active 1567–1569
  • Self Portrait
    Self Portrait Cooper, Thomas Sidney, 1803–1902
  • Summer Fields, Rye
    Summer Fields, Rye Manson, James Bolivar, 1879–1945
  • The Little Girl at the Door
    The Little Girl at the Door Halhed, Harriet, 1850–1933
  • The Stolen Horse
    The Stolen Horse Cooper, Thomas Sidney, 1803–1902
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