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Canvas Prints | Georgian Bay & Muskoka | Giants Tomb Trading Co 

Our Cottage Country canvas prints invite you to navigate the waterways and landmarks of Georgian Bay’s 30,000 Islands and the Muskoka Lakes. The distinctive black and white topographic wall art will accentuate your beautiful decor. You can personalize both the Georgian Bay and Muskoka prints with the name of your cottage or family name. We have customers who even have used their boat name. Thank you FOOTITIS! 


We print on premium canvas, laminate, hand stretch and wrap over a durable wooden stretcher frame. The end result is a beautiful, ¾” or 1 ¾” thick frame-less art piece for your wall space. 

Print Material  Your art piece is printed on premium quality, North American made, 380 gsm, matte poly/cotton blend with authentic texture. Our canvas prints are water resistant and can withstand humid environments so you don’t have to worry about it losing its tension over time. 

Gallery Wrap Thickness  All of our prints are gallery wrapped, meaning the canvas is wrapped around the frame and stapled along the back of the frame so the staples remain hidden. Gallery wraps are available in two different thicknesses, 3/4″ (thin gallery) and 1 3/4″ (thick gallery). 

Photo Print Quality  Each canvas print is printed at the highest dpi resolution to provide exceptional image clarity, vibrancy and smooth gradations. We use Canon OEM archival ink technology which provides very large color gamut, higher d-max and greatly enhances print permanence. 

Hanging Accessories  Each print comes ready to hang out of the box. A canvas smaller than 16 x 20 will have a gator hanger, while larger canvases have a hanging wire hardware installed. 

Image Protection  Your print is protected with an ArtShield UV laminate. This protects your canvas print from scratches, fading and makes it easier to clean. In accelerated tests conducted by Wilhelm Imaging Research, Inc., the combination of our canvas, ink and UV laminate resulted in our Canvas Prints lasting 200 years.