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Guadalajara Canvas Print Collection

Introducing the Guadalajara Collection from Media Storehouse - a vibrant and captivating series of Canvas Prints inspired by the rich culture and history of Guadalajara, Mexico. Each print showcases stunning, high-resolution images of iconic landmarks, lively markets, and beautiful landscapes, all brought to life through the textured depth of canvas. Transport yourself to the heart of North America with these beautiful and authentic works of art, perfect for adding a touch of international flair to any room in your home.

Guadalajara is the capital of the Mexican state of Jalisco and the second-largest city in Mexico, and is located in the western region of Mexico

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150 Canvas Prints

Background imageGuadalajara Canvas Print Collection: Mexico, Jalisco; Guadalajara, Plaza de Armas at Dawn

Mexico, Jalisco; Guadalajara, Plaza de Armas at Dawn

Background imageGuadalajara Canvas Print Collection: Socrates on the ball at the 1986 World Cup

Socrates on the ball at the 1986 World Cup
Football - 1986 World Cup - Quarter Final: Brazil 1 France 1 (France won on penalties a.e.t.) [02/06/1986] Brazils Socrates on the ball in the Estadio Jalisco, Guadalajara, Mexico

Background imageGuadalajara Canvas Print Collection: Pele of Brazil and Bobby Moore of England exchange shirts after the World Cup Group C

Pele of Brazil and Bobby Moore of England exchange shirts after the World Cup Group C game at the Estadio Jalisco in Guadalajara

Background imageGuadalajara Canvas Print Collection: Pele of Brazil and Bobby Moore of England exchange shirts after the World Cup Group C

Pele of Brazil and Bobby Moore of England exchange shirts after the World Cup Group C game at the Estadio Jalisco in Guadalajara

Background imageGuadalajara Canvas Print Collection: Socrates and Pat Jennings at the 1986 World Cup

Socrates and Pat Jennings at the 1986 World Cup
Football - 1986 World Cup - Group D: Brazil 3 Northern Ireland 0 (12/06/1986) Brazils Socrates challenges Northern Ireland goalkeeper Pat Jennings at the Estadio Jalisco, Guadalajara, Mexico

Background imageGuadalajara Canvas Print Collection: El Hombre de Fuego (Man of Fire), the most notable of the murals painted by Jose Clemente Orozco

El Hombre de Fuego (Man of Fire), the most notable of the murals painted by Jose Clemente Orozco between 1936 and 1939, in the Instituto Cultural de Cabanas, built between 1805 and 1810, Guadalajara

Background imageGuadalajara Canvas Print Collection: Local drinks on table Tlaquepaque, near Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico

Local drinks on table Tlaquepaque, near Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico

Background imageGuadalajara Canvas Print Collection: Mexio; Jalisco; Guadalajara, Guadalajara Cathedral at Twilight

Mexio; Jalisco; Guadalajara, Guadalajara Cathedral at Twilight

Background imageGuadalajara Canvas Print Collection: Guadalajara

Guadalajara, Mexico, North America

Background imageGuadalajara Canvas Print Collection: Cathedral, Guadalajara

Cathedral, Guadalajara, Mexico, North America

Background imageGuadalajara Canvas Print Collection: The British Womens football team in Mexico City for the Womens World Cup

The British Womens football team in Mexico City for the Womens World Cup. Pictured, Pat Dunn, who is part trainer and part chaperone

Background imageGuadalajara Canvas Print Collection: Escuderia Telmex Demonstration

Escuderia Telmex Demonstration Guadalajara Street Circuit, Guadalajara, Mexico 26th February 2011 Mexican F1 driver Sergio Perez of team Sauber, during an exhibition at Guadalajara

Background imageGuadalajara Canvas Print Collection: Escuderia Telmex Demonstration

Escuderia Telmex Demonstration Guadalajara Street Circuit, Guadalajara, Mexico 25th February 2011 Mexican F1 driver Sergio Perez of team Sauber, during an exhibition at Guadalajara

Background imageGuadalajara Canvas Print Collection: Escuderia Telmex Demonstration

Escuderia Telmex Demonstration Guadalajara Street Circuit, Guadalajara, Mexico 26th February 2011 Mexican F1 driver Sergio Perez of team Sauber, during an exhibition at Guadalajara

Background imageGuadalajara Canvas Print Collection: Escuderia Telmex Demonstration

Escuderia Telmex Demonstration Guadalajara Street Circuit, Guadalajara, Mexico 25th February 2011 Mexican F1 driver Sergio Perez of team Sauber, during an exhibition at Guadalajara

Background imageGuadalajara Canvas Print Collection: FIFA 1970 World Cup Group Three match at the Jalisco Stadium, Guadalajara, Mexico

FIFA 1970 World Cup Group Three match at the Jalisco Stadium, Guadalajara, Mexico. England 1 v Romania 0. The England and Romanian teams line up with the match officials before kick off

Background imageGuadalajara Canvas Print Collection: Escuderia Telmex Demonstration

Escuderia Telmex Demonstration Guadalajara Street Circuit, Guadalajara, Mexico 25th February 2011 Mexican F1 driver Sergio Perez of team Sauber, during an exhibition at Guadalajara

Background imageGuadalajara Canvas Print Collection: Escuderia Telmex Demonstration

Escuderia Telmex Demonstration Guadalajara Street Circuit, Guadalajara, Mexico 25th February 2011 Mexican F1 driver Sergio Perez of team Sauber, during an exhibition at Guadalajara

Background imageGuadalajara Canvas Print Collection: Escuderia Telmex Demonstration

Escuderia Telmex Demonstration Guadalajara Street Circuit, Guadalajara, Mexico 25th February 2011 Mexican F1 driver Sergio Perez of team Sauber, during an exhibition at Guadalajara

Background imageGuadalajara Canvas Print Collection: Escuderia Telmex Demonstration

Escuderia Telmex Demonstration Guadalajara Street Circuit, Guadalajara, Mexico 25th February 2011 Mexican F1 driver Sergio Perez of team Sauber, during an exhibition at Guadalajara

Background imageGuadalajara Canvas Print Collection: Escuderia Telmex Demonstration

Escuderia Telmex Demonstration Guadalajara Street Circuit, Guadalajara, Mexico 25th February 2011 Mexican F1 driver Sergio Perez of team Sauber, during an exhibition at Guadalajara

Background imageGuadalajara Canvas Print Collection: Juan de Leyva de la Cerda

Juan de Leyva de la Cerda
2910742 Juan de Leyva de la Cerda; (add.info.: Juan de Leyva de la Cerda, conde de Banos y Marques de Leyva y de Ladrada (February 2, 1604, Alcala de Henares--March 27, 1678, Guadalajara)

Background imageGuadalajara Canvas Print Collection: 1522 exploration led by Cristobal de Olid, one of Cortes most trusted lieutenants

1522 exploration led by Cristobal de Olid, one of Cortes most trusted lieutenants
3478889 1522 exploration led by Cristobal de Olid, one of Cortes most trusted lieutenants; (add.info.: 1522 exploration led by Cristobal de Olid, one of Cortes most trusted lieutenants)

Background imageGuadalajara Canvas Print Collection: Escuderia Telmex Demonstration

Escuderia Telmex Demonstration Guadalajara Street Circuit, Guadalajara, Mexico 26th February 2011 Mexican F1 driver Sergio Perez of team Sauber, during an exhibition at Guadalajara

Background imageGuadalajara Canvas Print Collection: Cathedral of Guadalajara, between 1880 and 1897. Creator: William H. Jackson

Cathedral of Guadalajara, between 1880 and 1897. Creator: William H. Jackson
Cathedral of Guadalajara, between 1880 and 1897

Background imageGuadalajara Canvas Print Collection: Calavera Tapatia, n.d. Creator: Manuel Manilla

Calavera Tapatia, n.d. Creator: Manuel Manilla
Calavera Tapatia, n.d

Background imageGuadalajara Canvas Print Collection: Escuderia Telmex Demonstration

Escuderia Telmex Demonstration Guadalajara Street Circuit, Guadalajara, Mexico 26th February 2011 Mexican F1 driver Sergio Perez of team Sauber, during an exhibition at Guadalajara

Background imageGuadalajara Canvas Print Collection: Football World Cup 1970 Brazil 4 Czechoslovakia 1 in Guadalajara Mexico Pele

Football World Cup 1970 Brazil 4 Czechoslovakia 1 in Guadalajara Mexico Pele beats the Czechoslovakian defence

Background imageGuadalajara Canvas Print Collection: The British Womens football team in Mexico City for the Womens World Cup

The British Womens football team in Mexico City for the Womens World Cup. Pictured, relaxing at an outdoor swimming pool. The Womens World Cup is being held in Mexico City and Guadalajara

Background imageGuadalajara Canvas Print Collection: The British Womens football team. Pictured in Mexico City

The British Womens football team. Pictured in Mexico City, during training for the Womens World Cup. The Womens World Cup is being held in Mexico City and Guadalajara. Mexico City, August 1971

Background imageGuadalajara Canvas Print Collection: World Cup Mexico 1970 English managers who have gone to Mexico to watch the World

World Cup Mexico 1970 English managers who have gone to Mexico to watch the World Cup matches relax in Guadalajara with a round of putting practice

Background imageGuadalajara Canvas Print Collection: World Cup 1970 Group C England 0 Brazil 1 Jalisco

World Cup 1970 Group C England 0 Brazil 1 Jalisco, Guadalajara Referee Abraham Klein of Isreal (centre) with linesmen Mexico

Background imageGuadalajara Canvas Print Collection: World Cup Group C match 1970 England 0 Brazil 1 Jalisco

World Cup Group C match 1970 England 0 Brazil 1 Jalisco, Guadalajara Englands Francis Lee appeals after being judged to have fouled Brazilian goalkeeper Felix Mexico

Background imageGuadalajara Canvas Print Collection: World Cup 1970 Group C Brazil 4 Czechoslovakia 1 Jalisco

World Cup 1970 Group C Brazil 4 Czechoslovakia 1 Jalisco, Guadalajara Tostao of Brazil(yellow) shoots past Andrej Kvasnak Mexico

Background imageGuadalajara Canvas Print Collection: World Cup 1970 Group C Brazil 3 Romania 2 Jalisco

World Cup 1970 Group C Brazil 3 Romania 2 Jalisco, Guadalajara Jairzinho of Brazil in Possession of the ball Mexico

Background imageGuadalajara Canvas Print Collection: Panorama of the city of Guadalajara, in Mexico. Of note the Plaza de Toros and the hospital

Panorama of the city of Guadalajara, in Mexico. Of note the Plaza de Toros and the hospital Mexico Guadalajara. Date of Photograph:1863 - 1866 ca

Background imageGuadalajara Canvas Print Collection: The Cathedral of Guadalajara

The Cathedral of Guadalajara Mexico Church. Date of Photograph:1863 - 1866 ca.. Date of Artwork:1571-1618, XIX sec

Background imageGuadalajara Canvas Print Collection: The Cathedral of Guadalajara, Mexico

The Cathedral of Guadalajara, Mexico Mexico Guadalajara, Plaza des Armas Church. Date of Photograph:1895 ca.. Date of Artwork:1571-1618, XIX sec

Background imageGuadalajara Canvas Print Collection: The cascades of Juanacatlan near Guadalajara in Mexico

The cascades of Juanacatlan near Guadalajara in Mexico Mexico Guadalajara. Date of Photograph:1895 ca

Background imageGuadalajara Canvas Print Collection: Escuderia Telmex Demonstration

Escuderia Telmex Demonstration Guadalajara Street Circuit, Guadalajara, Mexico 26th February 2011 Mexican F1 driver Sergio Perez of team Sauber, during an exhibition at Guadalajara

Background imageGuadalajara Canvas Print Collection: Entrance of the Expeditionary Corps to Guadalajara

Entrance of the Expeditionary Corps to Guadalajara
French soldiers on horseback line the front, as regiments of soldiers on foot stand at rest on the far side of the square. Various other soldiers group around the central fountain. Date: 1864

Background imageGuadalajara Canvas Print Collection: Mexico - Guadalajara - The Monumento a los Ninos Heroes

Mexico - Guadalajara - The Monumento a los Ninos Heroes
The Monumento a los Ninos Heroes (Monument to the Boy Heroes) commemorates the 1847 battle between the United States and Mexico at Chapultepec Castle in Mexico City

Background imageGuadalajara Canvas Print Collection: Precolombian art: statuette of naked hunchback sitting. From Colima

Precolombian art: statuette of naked hunchback sitting. From Colima
JLJ4592826 Precolombian art: statuette of naked hunchback sitting. From Colima. Civilization of the Western coasts. 300-1250 AD

Background imageGuadalajara Canvas Print Collection: View of Guadalajara, Jalisco State, Mexico (w / c)

View of Guadalajara, Jalisco State, Mexico (w / c)
3473962 View of Guadalajara, Jalisco State, Mexico (w/c) by Breton, Adela (1850-1923); Bristol Museum and Art Gallery, UK; (add.info.: Watercolour of a view of Guadalajara, Jalisco State, Mexico)

Background imageGuadalajara Canvas Print Collection: Football World Cup 1970, Group C England 0 Brazil 1 at Guadalajara

Football World Cup 1970, Group C England 0 Brazil 1 at Guadalajara, Mexico England team group

Background imageGuadalajara Canvas Print Collection: The British Womens football team in Mexico City for the Womens World Cup

The British Womens football team in Mexico City for the Womens World Cup. Pictured on the right is Pat Dunn, who part trainer and part chaperone

Background imageGuadalajara Canvas Print Collection: The British Womens football team in Mexico City for the Womens World Cup

The British Womens football team in Mexico City for the Womens World Cup. Pictured in their hotel in Mexico City. The Womens World Cup is being held in Mexico City and Guadalajara

Background imageGuadalajara Canvas Print Collection: World Cup 1970 Group C Match at the Jalisco Stadium in Guadalajara, Mexico

World Cup 1970 Group C Match at the Jalisco Stadium in Guadalajara, Mexico. England 1 Romania 0. The England team line up before the match, left to right: Bobby Moore, Bobby Charlton, Alan Ball



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Guadalajara Canvas Print Collection

Guadalajara is the capital of the Mexican state of Jalisco and the second-largest city in Mexico, and is located in the western region of Mexico, about 350 km northwest of Mexico City. A population of 1.5 million people and is an important cultural center, known for its mariachi music, tequila production, and traditional Mexican cuisine. The city also hosts many festivals throughout the year including Fiestas de Octubre (October Festivals) which celebrates local culture with music, dance performances, art exhibitions and more. A vibrant nightlife scene with plenty of bars and clubs to explore as well as numerous parks to enjoy during the day. With its rich history, culture and vibrant atmosphere it's no wonder that Guadalajara has become one of Mexico's most popular cities for tourists from around the world.
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Our beautiful Wall Art and Photo Gifts include Framed Prints, Photo Prints, Poster Prints, Canvas Prints, Jigsaw Puzzles, Metal Prints and so much more

The Guadalajara collection from Media Storehouse is a stunning array of wall art and framed prints that capture the essence of this vibrant city in Mexico. Our collection features a range of images, including colorful street scenes, historic architecture, and cultural landmarks. Each piece is carefully curated to showcase the unique beauty and character of Guadalajara. From bustling marketplaces to tranquil parks, the Guadalajara collection offers something for everyone. Whether you're looking for a bold statement piece or a subtle accent for your home or office, these prints are sure to impress. The high-quality printing process ensures that each image is sharp and vibrant, while the framing options allow you to customize your artwork to suit your style. If you're looking for beautiful wall art that celebrates one of North America's most exciting cities, look no further than the Guadalajara collection from Media Storehouse.
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What are Guadalajara (Mexico North America) art prints?

Guadalajara art prints are a collection of stunning artworks that showcase the rich cultural heritage and artistic traditions of Guadalajara, Mexico. These prints feature a wide range of subjects, including landscapes, architecture, people, and animals. They are created using various mediums such as watercolors, oils, acrylics or digital techniques. These art prints capture the vibrant colors and intricate details that make Guadalajara so unique. From its historic buildings to its bustling markets and lively festivals, these artworks offer a glimpse into the heart and soul of this beautiful city. Whether you're looking for a piece to decorate your home or office or simply want to add to your art collection, Guadalajara art prints offer something for everyone. With their exceptional quality and attention to detail, they are sure to be treasured for years to come.
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What Guadalajara (Mexico North America) art prints can I buy from Media Storehouse?

We offer a wide range of Guadalajara art prints that capture the essence and beauty of this vibrant city in Mexico. You can find stunning photographs, illustrations, and paintings depicting various landmarks, cultural events, and natural landscapes of Guadalajara. Some popular options include colorful images of the historic Teatro Degollado, the iconic Cathedral Basilica de la Asuncion de Maria Santisima, or the lively Mercado San Juan de Dios. Other prints showcase traditional Mexican folk art such as papel picado or intricate embroidery patterns. Whether you are looking for a bold statement piece to decorate your home or office or a unique gift for someone who loves Mexican culture and history, we have something for everyone's taste and budget. With high-quality printing techniques and durable materials used in each print production process, these artworks will surely add character and charm to any space they adorn.
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How do I buy Guadalajara (Mexico North America) art prints?

To buy Guadalajara art prints, you can visit our online gallery and browse through our collection of artworks. Once you have found the print that you like, select the size and format that suits your preferences. You can choose from a range of options such as canvas prints, framed prints, or photographic prints. After selecting your preferred format, add the artwork to your cart and proceed to checkout. At this point, you will be prompted to provide your shipping details and payment information. Make sure to review all the details before submitting your order. We offer high-quality art prints sourced from reputable artists around the world. Their selection includes a variety of styles and subjects including landscapes, cityscapes, abstracts, and more. By purchasing Guadalajara art prints from Media Storehouse, you can bring a piece of Mexico's vibrant culture into your home or office space with ease.
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How much do Guadalajara (Mexico North America) art prints cost?

The cost of Guadalajara art prints from Media Storehouse may vary depending on the size, quality, and type of print selected. However, it is important to note that We offer a wide range of affordable options for customers looking to purchase high-quality art prints from this region in North America. The prices are reasonable and competitive with other online retailers offering similar products. You can choose from a variety of mediums including canvas, framed or unframed paper prints, metal wall art and more. Each option has its own unique pricing structure based on the materials used and the size chosen. Purchasing Guadalajara art prints through Media Storehouse is an excellent way to add beautiful artwork to your home or office without breaking the bank. With so many options available at affordable prices, there's no reason not to explore all that this amazing collection has to offer.
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How will my Guadalajara (Mexico North America) art prints be delivered to me?

Your Guadalajara art prints from Media Storehouse will be delivered to you in a safe and secure manner. The company takes great care in packaging your artwork, ensuring that it arrives at your doorstep undamaged. Your prints will be carefully rolled up and placed into a sturdy cardboard tube for protection during transit. Once the package has been shipped, you can track its progress using the tracking number provided by Media Storehouse. This allows you to stay informed about when your artwork is expected to arrive. When the package does arrive, simply open it up and unroll your beautiful Guadalajara art prints. You can then choose to frame them or display them as they are. Media Storehouse prides itself on delivering high-quality products with excellent customer service. You can trust that your Guadalajara art prints will be handled with care every step of the way until they reach their final destination - your home.