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Juarez Canvas Print Collection

Introducing the captivating Juarez collection of Canvas Prints from Media Storehouse. Each print showcases vibrant, high-quality images of Mexico's rich culture and history, expertly reproduced on premium canvas material. The textured surface enhances the artistry of every detail, bringing a touch of authentic Mexican charm to your living space. Hang one or more of these stunning pieces in your home or office to evoke a sense of adventure and warmth. Experience the beauty of Juarez through our Canvas Prints.

Juarez is a city located in the northern Mexican state of Chihuahua, on the Rio Grande across from El Paso, Texas

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158 Canvas Prints

Background imageJuarez Canvas Print Collection: Hemiciclo a Juarez (Benito Juarez Monument), Alameda, Mexico City, Mexico, North America

Hemiciclo a Juarez (Benito Juarez Monument), Alameda, Mexico City, Mexico, North America

Background imageJuarez Canvas Print Collection: International Bridge between El Paso, Texas / Juarez, Mexico

International Bridge between El Paso, Texas / Juarez, Mexico
Splendid view of the International Bridge between El Paso, Texas / Juarez, Mexico. Date: circa 1910s

Background imageJuarez Canvas Print Collection: JUAREZ GARCIA, Benito (1806-1872) (etching)

JUAREZ GARCIA, Benito (1806-1872) (etching)
CUL4892030 JUAREZ GARCIA, Benito (1806-1872) (etching) by Unknown Artist; (add.info.: JUAREZ GARCIA, Benito (1806-1872). Mexican liberal politician, president of Mexico in 1858. Portrait of J

Background imageJuarez Canvas Print Collection: Benito Juarez, 1806 - 1872, President of Mexico from 1861 - 1872, historical woodcut, circa 1880

Benito Juarez, 1806 - 1872, President of Mexico from 1861 - 1872, historical woodcut, circa 1880
UIG5413700 Benito Juarez, 1806 - 1872, President of Mexico from 1861 - 1872, historical woodcut, circa 1880; UIG

Background imageJuarez Canvas Print Collection: OROZCO: BENITO JUAREZ, 1867. The return of Benito Juarez (1806-1872) to Mexico City, 15 July 1867

OROZCO: BENITO JUAREZ, 1867. The return of Benito Juarez (1806-1872) to Mexico City, 15 July 1867. Detail of a mural, 1972, by Antonio Gonzalez Orozco

Background imageJuarez Canvas Print Collection: Mexico, Jalisco, San Sebastian del Oeste

Mexico, Jalisco, San Sebastian del Oeste. Rustic door and chairs. Credit as: Steve Ross / Jaynes Gallery / DanitaDelimont

Background imageJuarez Canvas Print Collection: Theater Teatro Juarez famous for its architectural mixtures in Guanajuato

Theater Teatro Juarez famous for its architectural mixtures in Guanajuato, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Guanajuato, Guanajuato State, Mexico, North America

Background imageJuarez Canvas Print Collection: Oaxaca de Juarez, Oaxaca state, Mexico. Church of Santo Domingo de Guzman

Oaxaca de Juarez, Oaxaca state, Mexico. Church of Santo Domingo de Guzman

Background imageJuarez Canvas Print Collection: Vegan oat and chickpeas hamburger is pictured at Tasty Beet Juicy

Vegan oat and chickpeas hamburger is pictured at Tasty Beet Juicy
A vegan oat and chickpeas hamburger is pictured at Tasty Beet Juicy and Healthy Food restaurant in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico January 29, 2018. Picture taken January 29, 2018. REUTERS/Jose Luis Gonzalez

Background imageJuarez Canvas Print Collection: Firefighters work to extinguish the fire as it burns through a pile of old tyres at a

Firefighters work to extinguish the fire as it burns through a pile of old tyres at a recycling centre in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico May 2, 2018. REUTERS/Jose Luis Gonzalez

Background imageJuarez Canvas Print Collection: The U. S. Mexico border is shown with Juarez, Mexico on left and pom the right El Paso

The U. S. Mexico border is shown with Juarez, Mexico on left and pom the right El Paso
The U.S. Mexico border is shown with Juarez, Mexico on left and pom the right El Paso, Texas, U.S. June 18, 2018. REUTERS/Mike Blake

Background imageJuarez Canvas Print Collection: Wounded at Juarez, between c1910 and c1915. Creator: Bain News Service

Wounded at Juarez, between c1910 and c1915. Creator: Bain News Service
Wounded at Juarez, between c1910 and c1915

Background imageJuarez Canvas Print Collection: Juarez, Adobe house riddled, between c1910 and c1915. Creator: Bain News Service

Juarez, Adobe house riddled, between c1910 and c1915. Creator: Bain News Service
Juarez, Adobe house riddled, between c1910 and c1915

Background imageJuarez Canvas Print Collection: Automobiles pass through the U. S. border and into the United States from Juarez

Automobiles pass through the U. S. border and into the United States from Juarez
Automobiles pass through the U.S. border and into the United States from Juarez, Mexico in El Paso, Texas, U.S. June 18, 2018. REUTERS/Mike Blake

Background imageJuarez Canvas Print Collection: Forensic marks are seen on a crime scene, where two dead bodies were found

Forensic marks are seen on a crime scene, where two dead bodies were found, on the outskirts of Ciudad Juarez, Mexico April 14, 2018. REUTERS/Jose Luis Gonzalez

Background imageJuarez Canvas Print Collection: To match Special Report MEXICO-DRUG / ORPHANS

To match Special Report MEXICO-DRUG / ORPHANS
A little girl uses play dough as nail polish during occupational therapy at the Ciudad Juarez branch of Mexicos DIF family development agency August 16, 2010

Background imageJuarez Canvas Print Collection: The Last Moments of the Emperor Maximilian (litho)

The Last Moments of the Emperor Maximilian (litho)
8661415 The Last Moments of the Emperor Maximilian (litho) by Laurens, Jean Paul (1838-1921) (after); Private Collection; (add.info.: The Last Moments of the Emperor Maximilian)

Background imageJuarez Canvas Print Collection: Cannon made by rebels now in use near Juarez, between c1910 and c1915. Creator: Bain News Service

Cannon made by rebels now in use near Juarez, between c1910 and c1915. Creator: Bain News Service
Cannon made by rebels now in use near Juarez, between c1910 and c1915

Background imageJuarez Canvas Print Collection: Miracles of Saint Salvador de Horta (Milagros del beato Salvador de Horta) (image 1 of 4), c1720

Miracles of Saint Salvador de Horta (Milagros del beato Salvador de Horta) (image 1 of 4), c1720

Background imageJuarez Canvas Print Collection: Miracles of Saint Salvador de Horta (Milagros del beato Salvador de Horta) (image 2 of 4), c1720

Miracles of Saint Salvador de Horta (Milagros del beato Salvador de Horta) (image 2 of 4), c1720

Background imageJuarez Canvas Print Collection: Miracles of Saint Salvador de Horta (Milagros del beato Salvador de Horta) (image 3 of 4), c1720

Miracles of Saint Salvador de Horta (Milagros del beato Salvador de Horta) (image 3 of 4), c1720

Background imageJuarez Canvas Print Collection: The Holy Family (La sagrada familia), second half of 17th century

The Holy Family (La sagrada familia), second half of 17th century. Creator: Nicolás Rodríguez Juarez
The Holy Family (La sagrada familia), second half of 17th century

Background imageJuarez Canvas Print Collection: Plant quarantine inspectors examining packages brought over the bridge... Texas, 1937

Plant quarantine inspectors examining packages brought over the bridge... Texas, 1937. Creator: Dorothea Lange
Plant quarantine inspectors examining packages brought over the bridge between Juarez, Mexico and El Paso, Texas. Families

Background imageJuarez Canvas Print Collection: State border plant inspection between Mexico and the United States, 1937. Creator: Dorothea Lange

State border plant inspection between Mexico and the United States, 1937. Creator: Dorothea Lange
State border plant inspection maintained by the United States Department of Agriculture between Mexico and the United States

Background imageJuarez Canvas Print Collection: Plant quarantine inspectors examining packages, Texas, 1937. Creator: Dorothea Lange

Plant quarantine inspectors examining packages, Texas, 1937. Creator: Dorothea Lange
Plant quarantine inspectors examining packages brought over the bridge between Juarez, Mexico and El Paso, Texas. Families

Background imageJuarez Canvas Print Collection: Crossing the international bridge between Juarez, Mexico and El Paso, Texas, 1937

Crossing the international bridge between Juarez, Mexico and El Paso, Texas, 1937. Creator: Dorothea Lange
Crossing the international bridge between Juarez, Mexico and El Paso, Texas

Background imageJuarez Canvas Print Collection: El Paso housewives after a day's shopping in Juarez, Mexico, Texas, 1937. Creator: Dorothea Lange

El Paso housewives after a day's shopping in Juarez, Mexico, Texas, 1937. Creator: Dorothea Lange
El Paso housewives after a day's shopping in Juarez, Mexico where they benefit by the rate of exchange. Texas

Background imageJuarez Canvas Print Collection: Plant quarantine inspectors examining goods bought... before entering El Paso, Texas, 1937

Plant quarantine inspectors examining goods bought... before entering El Paso, Texas, 1937. Creator: Dorothea Lange
Plant quarantine inspectors examining goods bought in Juarez, Mexico before entering El Paso, Texas

Background imageJuarez Canvas Print Collection: Sign at bridge between Juarez, Mexico and El Paso, Texas, 1937. Creator: Dorothea Lange

Sign at bridge between Juarez, Mexico and El Paso, Texas, 1937. Creator: Dorothea Lange
Sign at bridge between Juarez, Mexico and El Paso, Texas. ['The plant quarantine regulations of the United States Department of Agriculture prohibit the entry of plants

Background imageJuarez Canvas Print Collection: United States immigration station, El Paso, Texas, 1938. Creator: Dorothea Lange

United States immigration station, El Paso, Texas, 1938. Creator: Dorothea Lange
Mexican woman entering the United States. United States immigration station, El Paso, Texas

Background imageJuarez Canvas Print Collection: Mulatto and Mestiza produce a Mulatto Return-Backwards, c. 1715 (oil on canvas)

Mulatto and Mestiza produce a Mulatto Return-Backwards, c. 1715 (oil on canvas)
470260 Mulatto and Mestiza produce a Mulatto Return-Backwards, c.1715 (oil on canvas) by Juarez, Juan Rodriguez (1675-1728); 80.7x105.4 cm; Breamore House, Hampshire

Background imageJuarez Canvas Print Collection: USA, Texas, El Paso, Ysleta Mission Church, Established in 1682 By The Spanish

USA, Texas, El Paso, Ysleta Mission Church, Established in 1682 By The Spanish, Oldest Of The El Paso Mission Churches

Background imageJuarez Canvas Print Collection: USA, Texas, El Paso, Rosas Cantina, Made Famous in Marty Robbins Song El Paso, Western Ballard

USA, Texas, El Paso, Rosas Cantina, Made Famous in Marty Robbins Song El Paso, Western Ballard

Background imageJuarez Canvas Print Collection: USA, Texas, El Paso, Skyline, Bordertown, Downtown, San Jacinto Plaza, Plaza Hotel

USA, Texas, El Paso, Skyline, Bordertown, Downtown, San Jacinto Plaza, Plaza Hotel, Built By Conrad Hilton In 1930, Formerly Called The El Paso Hilton

Background imageJuarez Canvas Print Collection: USA, Texas, El Paso, Neighborhood, Bordertown, Looking Into Ciudad Juarez, Mexico

USA, Texas, El Paso, Neighborhood, Bordertown, Looking Into Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, Sierra de Juarez Mountain Range

Background imageJuarez Canvas Print Collection: USA, Texas, El Paso, Hueco Tanks State Park, Eroded, Sculpted Rock Masses

USA, Texas, El Paso, Hueco Tanks State Park, Eroded, Sculpted Rock Masses, Culturally And Spiritually Significant To Native Americans

Background imageJuarez Canvas Print Collection: USA, Texas, El Paso, Franklin Mountains State Park, Aztec Caves Trail, Chihuahuan Desert

USA, Texas, El Paso, Franklin Mountains State Park, Aztec Caves Trail, Chihuahuan Desert

Background imageJuarez Canvas Print Collection: USA, Texas, El Paso, Downtown, Welcoming Archway, Greeting To Visitors From Ciudad Juarez

USA, Texas, El Paso, Downtown, Welcoming Archway, Greeting To Visitors From Ciudad Juarez, South El Paso Street

Background imageJuarez Canvas Print Collection: USA, Texas, El Paso, Downtown, El Paso Street Archway Greeting

USA, Texas, El Paso, Downtown, El Paso Street Archway Greeting

Background imageJuarez Canvas Print Collection: Mexico, Ciudad Juarez, Paso del Norte Port Of Entry Bridge To El Paso, Texas

Mexico, Ciudad Juarez, Paso del Norte Port Of Entry Bridge To El Paso, Texas

Background imageJuarez Canvas Print Collection: International Border Crossing Into El Paso, Texas From Ciudad Juarez, Mexico

International Border Crossing Into El Paso, Texas From Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, Paso del Norte Port Of Entry

Background imageJuarez Canvas Print Collection: Oaxaca, Oaxaca state, Mexico. Crafted details inside Church of Santo Domingo de Guzman

Oaxaca, Oaxaca state, Mexico. Crafted details inside Church of Santo Domingo de Guzman

Background imageJuarez Canvas Print Collection: Yoga enthusiasts take part in a class at the Samalayuca dunes

Yoga enthusiasts take part in a class at the Samalayuca dunes, on the outskirts of Ciudad Juarez, Mexico April 28, 2018. REUTERS/Jose Luis Gonzalez

Background imageJuarez Canvas Print Collection: A general view shows a new section of bollard wall in Santa Teresa as seen from the

A general view shows a new section of bollard wall in Santa Teresa as seen from the
A general view shows a new section of bollard wall in Santa Teresa, New Mexico, as seen from the Mexican side of the border in San Jeronimo, on the outskirts of Ciudad Juarez, Mexico April 23, 2018

Background imageJuarez Canvas Print Collection: A customer eats a vegetarian dish at Tasty Beet Juicy and Healthy Food restaurant in

A customer eats a vegetarian dish at Tasty Beet Juicy and Healthy Food restaurant in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico January 29, 2018. Picture taken January 29, 2018. REUTERS/Jose Luis Gonzalez

Background imageJuarez Canvas Print Collection: A Picture and its Story: Family reunited at U. S. -Mexico border

A Picture and its Story: Family reunited at U. S. -Mexico border
A neighbourhood is seen from a hill in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico May 10, 2018. REUTERS/Jose Luis Gonzalez SEARCH " MARCELINO PIZARRO" FOR THIS STORY

Background imageJuarez Canvas Print Collection: A zucchini plantation is seen in Samalayuca

A zucchini plantation is seen in Samalayuca, on the outskirts of Ciudad Juarez, Mexico April 26, 2018. Picture taken April 26, 2018. REUTERS/Jose Luis Gonzalez

Background imageJuarez Canvas Print Collection: Mexican policeman patrols at a dirt road as part of a joint operation to find James

Mexican policeman patrols at a dirt road as part of a joint operation to find James
A Mexican policeman patrols at a dirt road as part of a joint operation to find James Martin Camacho Padilla, a missing 7-year-old boy with autism from Washington state, in Ciudad Juarez



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Juarez Canvas Print Collection

Juarez is a city located in the northern Mexican state of Chihuahua, on the Rio Grande across from El Paso, Texas, and is one of Mexico's largest cities and has a population of 1.5 million people. A long history as an industrial center for manufacturing and assembly plants, making it an important economic hub for Mexico and North America. The city also boasts a vibrant cultural scene with art galleries, museums, theaters, and music venues that attract visitors from around the world. Juarez is known for its unique cuisine which includes tacos al pastor (pork tacos) and carne asada (grilled beef). The city also hosts numerous festivals throughout the year such as Carnaval de Juarez which celebrates Mexican culture with parades, music performances, traditional food stalls and more.
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The Juarez collection from Media Storehouse is a stunning array of wall art and framed prints that captures the essence of this vibrant city in Mexico. Located in North America, Juarez is known for its rich culture, history, and natural beauty. Our collection features a range of images that showcase the city's architecture, landscapes, people, and traditions. From colorful street scenes to breathtaking views of the mountains surrounding Juarez, these prints are sure to add character and charm to any room. Each piece has been carefully curated by our team of expert photographers and designers to ensure high-quality printing on premium paper or canvas. Whether you're looking for a statement piece for your living room or an inspiring image for your office space, the Juarez collection offers something for everyone. With its bold colors and striking imagery, our collection is perfect for anyone who wants to bring a touch of Mexican flair into their home or workspace.
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What are Juarez (Mexico North America) art prints?

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We offer a wide range of Juarez art prints that you can purchase. These prints showcase the beauty and culture of this vibrant city, with stunning images capturing its unique architecture, colorful streets, and lively atmosphere. You can choose from a variety of print sizes and formats to suit your preferences. Whether you're looking for a large canvas print to make a bold statement in your living room or a smaller framed print to add some character to your office space, we have something for everyone. Some popular Juarez art prints available include photographs of iconic landmarks such as the Cathedral de Nuestra Senora de Guadalupe and Plaza de la Mexicanidad. There are also many beautiful street scenes featuring local markets, festivals, and traditional celebrations. With so many options to choose from, you're sure to find the perfect Juarez art print at Media Storehouse that will bring a touch of Mexico's rich culture into your home or workspace.
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Juarez art prints from Media Storehouse are available in a variety of sizes and prices. The cost of the prints depends on factors such as the size, quality, and type of paper used for printing. Generally, smaller sized Juarez art prints are less expensive than larger ones. We offer a range of Juarez art prints that capture the beauty and culture of this Mexican city. These prints showcase various aspects of life in Juarez, including its architecture, landscapes, people, and traditions. Whether you're looking for a colorful street scene or a serene landscape view, there is something to suit every taste. While we cannot provide specific pricing information here due to company policy restrictions on mentioning prices outside our website or organization context; it's worth noting that We provide high-quality Juarez art prints at reasonable prices. So if you're looking to add some vibrant artwork to your home or office space without breaking the bank; consider exploring our collection today.
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