Whitehaven Emporium

Decorate your home, or office with reproduction paintings of past times, from the Whitehaven Emporium. Unique gifts. Ideal for birthdays, holidays or anniversaries.

World class handcrafted canvas, and framed prints, shipped direct to your door.
  • Canvas - Highest quality canvas in the world. UV coated and designed to last over 100 years with no fading.
  • Frames - Solid wood frames are made with a high quality lamination coating offered in black or white. The beautiful modern floating frames will display your canvas with the respect it deserves.
  • Shipping - Shipping is available to Canada, Europe & the USA.

Paddle Tug Refuge, 1901
A quality reproduction painting of the Paddle Tug Refuge at Whitehaven Harbour by Charles J De Lacey, 1901. This replica painting will be printed by our expert artists.

A painting of Paddle Tug Refuge at Whitehaven Harbour in 1901 by Charles J De Lacey.

Steamer 'Whitehaven' In A Storm
A quality reproduction painting of the Steamer 'Whitehaven' In A Storm by Joseph Heard. This replica painting will be printed by our expert artists.

Steamer 'Whitehaven' in a Storm off Whitehaven

Whitehaven With St Bees Head, 1840
A quality reproduction painting of Whitehaven, with St Bees Head by W.H Bartlett, 1840. This replica painting will be printed by our expert artists.

Whitehaven, with St Bees Head by W.H Bartlett, 1840

Storm Off Whitehaven, 1840
A quality reproduction painting of a Storm Off Whitehaven Harbour by J.M.W. Turner, 1840. This replica painting will be printed by our expert artists.

Storm Off Whitehaven Harbour by J.M.W. Turner, 1840

Whitehaven Harbour, 1816
A quality reproduction painting of Whitehaven Harbour by William Daniell, 1816. This replica painting will be printed by our expert artists.

Whitehaven Harbour by William Daniell, 1816

Whitehaven Quay, 1826
A quality reproduction painting of Whitehaven Quay in 1826 by Robert Salmon. This replica painting will be printed by our expert artists.

Painting of Whitehaven Quay in 1826 by Robert Salmon

Whitehaven, Showing Flatt Hall, 1736
A painting by Matthias Read who came to Whitehaven in the late 17th century.

Painting by Matthias Read of Whitehaven, 1736

Detailed Victorian Map Of Whitehaven
A detailed Victorian Map of Whitehaven from c1888. Has usual centerfold.

A detailed Victorian Map of Whitehaven from c1888

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ABOUT WHITEHAVEN
Whitehaven had been small harbour and fishing village from 13th century or earlier. Expansion began in mid-17th century with building of piers by Lowthers 1632-4 and 1679-81 and granting of market charter 1660. By the 1680s it had grown rapidly, expanding from village of c.30 households in early 17th century to a town of over 1,000 inhabitants by 1685, which more than doubled to 2,281 by 1696. Sir John Lowther had laid out grid of streets by 1680s, making Whitehaven the earliest planned new town in post-medieval Britain.

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