Cornish Art, Cornwall Prints and Cornish Landscapes

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Cornish Wall Art, Cornwall Prints and Cornish Landscapes

Browse our artwork of Cornwall and Cornish Framed Prints

The British county of Cornwall, with its stunning Bobmin National Park, Beautiful Rolling Hills, and Sweeping Never Ending Coastline make for some truly iconic photographic locations to explore to make the perfect range of wall art, framed prints and canvas prints. 

Here you will find my Cornwall Landscape Framed Prints from the county i'm glad to live next to and one in which I have spent many childhood holidays with many great memories.

I have been photographing and exploring Cornwall and many of its charming locations for a good part of my life. Often drawn to the never ending Golden Sand Beaches. So please check out my Wall Art in Prints, Canvas Prints and Framed Prints form the area. 

I would highly recommend a visit to one of the world famous mining heritage sites or spectacular lighthouses that litter the coast. Make sure to take your camera to create some Cornish art prints 

Stop by and have a look at my Cornwall Prints for sale featuring our Seascape prints with Cornwall's amazing beaches along its rugged and sweeping coastline available in both framed prints, unframed prints and canvas prints.


One of our wall art photos of Towanroath Mine among the Heather


One of our unframed art prints of the Padstow RNLI Lifeboat Station 


One of our Poster Prints which can be a Framed Print  




We offer free shipping eco friendly landscape photography for sale, we also offer gift wrapping and donate 5% to the wwf charity

Learn more about Cornwall 

Located within the far south west of Great Britain on a peninsula tumbling into the vast Atlantic, almost completely surrounded by the ocean, an impressive coastline wraps around Cornwall for pretty much 300 miles. Cornwall is additionally the location of mainland Great Britain's most southerly point, The Lizard, and one among the UK’s most westerly points, Land's End.

Why is it worth a visit?

There are many things Cornwall is loved for; the dramatic coastline, unique fishing harbours, spectacular sweeping beaches and great watersports that can take place due to the great surf that is provided, plus there is always the Cornish pasty and cream teas to be eaten.

But there also are many things about Cornwall which will surprise you. don't forget to explore the wilderness of Bodmin Moor with its panorama skies, prehistoric remains and dolmens or see it great walking trails.

Cornwall has a dynamic art scene!

There's also the dynamic art scene found in mainly in West Cornwall, inspired by the naturally stunning landscape.

See Cornwall's world-class food scene!

Cornwall over the years has become known for a great food scene to rival London and beyond; Cornwall now features a multitude of award-winning local food producers and stellar chefs putting the region well and truly on the gourmet map.

See Cornwall's History and culture!

Cornwall also incorporates a tremendous history supported its Celtic roots; its Celtic Cornish culture; charm and friendliness of the people; and also the Cornish language which will be seen within the village names.

Why not travel back in time and see the industrial heartland!

In the old industrial heartland, the landscape, recently awarded World Heritage Site status, is dotted with the fascinating remnants of a triumphant mining past illustrating Cornwall's enormous contribution to the economic Revolution with engine houses, museums and miles of recreational trails. Be sure to check out sites like towanroath mine shaft which is a great place for landscape photographing and creating some unique wall art and canvas prints.

See Cornwall's coastline!

Around the coastline Cornwall’s maritime legacy isn't distant where local fishermen land their daily catch of fresh seafood and tall ships, luggers and ketches unfurl their sails within the Cornish breeze. Be sure to check out our canvas prints of the cornish coast.

Cornwalls areas of natural beauty!

The natural environment in Cornwall is second to none and is recognised nationally,  across Cornwall there are twelve AONB site for you to explore so pack your hiking boots and take your camera to capture some great landscape pictures for some wall art for your home. 


One of our wall art prints of Botallack Mine on Cornwall Coast

Cornwall's Botallack photographed under a pink sunset 


Interesting facts about Cornwall.

  1. The Cornish Pasty - One of the best things about living by Cornwall apart from photographing its stunning coastline is simply indulging in one of their famous pasties.

    The back story for this mouth-watering dish dates back to when miners out on the job needed to keep their stomach full and heart happy but wanted a simple, easy-to-make meal that contained high protein and carbohydrates. So, Cornish pasties were born, with just enough crust to hold everything together while keeping all of the delicious fillings inside.

    The Cornish Pasty is special due to the crust on the side, this meant miners could hold the crust with their dirty hands and throw away the crust afterward keeping the main pasty clean, mining was a dangerous game with often lethal levels of arsenic and lithium found so this simple adaption made a huge difference.

  2. Beaches Galore - Cornwall is home to one of the longest coastlines in the UK, stretching for a total of 433 miles. The stunning coastline offers 300 secluded beaches with pristine white sands and glistening turquoise blue waters that would make anyone fall in love with Cornwall! Make sure you visit your nearest beach when traveling to Cornwall - it’s a must-do!

  3. Cornwall isn't in England well technically - and the most interesting fact about Cornwall of them all has been that Cornish people, who are also known as ‘Kernowek’ in their native language, are not actually from England! They once had their own parliament around the 1300s and were highly regarded as an independent nation until the 1700s.

    The British Government still classifies Cornwall and its people as a ‘non-domestic’ territory even now, meaning it’s distinct from other regions within Great Britain just like Wales and Scotland.

  4. Cornish Tin has been around for over 4000 years and at Cornwall's mining height 66% of the world's copper and 50% of the world's arsenic came from Cornwall in its total operation over 2 million tons of tin was produced.

  5. Kind Arthur was Cornish! - One of the most captivating features about Cornwall is the ancient history of the region. It's popularly believed that King Arthur was born here in Tintagel. Amassed with many mysteries and stories, one of our favourite tales is that it was once believed that Arthur managed to harness supernatural protection from evil with the help of the  brave sorcerer Merlin who lived below a castle on the cliff.

Cornish Prints of Enys Donan in a wall art canvas prints or framed art prints

 Cornwalls Enys Donan sea arch captured in this black and white print


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Sebastien Coell is a self-taught photographer from Devon, United Kingdom

He enjoys travel, hiking, rugby and photographing the beautiful world in which we live in, He enjoy's both the technical side of capturing the image as well as the creative act of exploring locations and finding compositions.

He love's to travel and it's his passion for photography that has given him the drive to wake up at 4 am on a cold day to photograph a sunrise, stay up till 5 am to photograph the milky way and camp or stay as some amazing alpine locations over the years.

His photography primarily covers landscapes and seascapes from the UK, Europe and Scandinavia. He creates a range of art prints and wall art in a range of medium from traditional wall art, canvas prints, framed prints and unframed prints


Godrevy Lighthouse available in Canvas Prints and Photo Prints

Godrevy Lighthouse shown in this photographic print


Sebastien Coell Photography in Questions!

What are the best things about photographing Cornwall?
Probably the range of photo opportunities, Cornwall's gem is its seascape opportunities along is stunning coast, often with seascape though you are looking for a key focus point of object in the scene, luckily cornwall has these in abundance, from remove islands to mine stacks on the coast, you can alway get a good composition when in Cornwall.  

Can you give us any must-sees when visiting Cornwall? There is a lot to photograph in Cornwall, but I would always recommend the heritage coast from St Agnes around to Lands end, there are lots of unique bays, coves and minestacks to photograph.

Are there any photography myths you would like to clarify?
You don't have to shoot in manual to be a great photographer its about, selecting your mode to suit your situation.

What equipment is behind your images?
I shoot with a Canon 6D mk1 from 2016
Lens wise, Canon 70-200 F4, Canon 16-35 F4, Canon 24-105 F4
Nikon AIS F1.2, Samyang 14mm F2.8 (for astro)
Lee filters 0.9 soft grad, 0.6 hard grad, 10 stop filter

Spend your money on good lenses and a good tripod,

What is the best things about being a British based photographer?
The UK is a relativity small place but it has a very diverse landscape, you can see mountain ranges, rolling hills, flowing meadows, and a great never ending coastline. Plus you never too far away from a pub lunch.

Where has your photography taken you?
Furthest would be the Lofoten islands, longest away would be Croatia and Northern Italy

What have been your biggest challenges with your photography so far?
Probably the process of running a business from it, building websites, completing SEO etc are tasks I enjoy but are very time consuming, I also don't like post production work on photos, I like to get it correct on the camera.

What do you use Lightroom or Photoshop?
Lightroom for a catalog, Photoshop 100% for editing, Camera Raw is very good.

What is your favourite photography location to date?
That's quite easy The Italian Dolomites.

What are the most important things to consider when becoming a professional photographer? Try and produce your own style and learn to be a good marketer. Make sure you always provide a top service and the best experience.

How has your youtube channel helped your photography business?
It has helped me with inspiration, I am self thought so youtube has helped me lots over the years and it has been good to give back to the community by sharing my own work. I love the comments and engagement it has provided over the years.

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Sebastien Coell Photography
Address: 12 Pomeroy Road, Newton abbot, Devon
TQ12 1LQ