Postcard Cognac City
Lotza‘s postcard is a detailed illustration of this iconic city in the Charente region of France. This captivating illustration features a charming view of the narrow, winding streets of Cognac, with the Church of St. Leger at the top of the image, adding a majestic touch to the scene.
Cognac‘s history dates back to Roman times, but the city developed mainly from the Middle Ages onwards as a trading center for the region’s wines. Over time, the city became famous for its cognac industry, which is still thriving today.
The church of Saint-Léger, which dominates the town in the Lotza poster, is a remarkable example of French Gothic architecture. Built in the 13th century, the church has undergone several transformations over the centuries, including major renovations in the 19th century. Today, it houses many artistic treasures, including stained glass windows and sculptures, which attest to the city’s rich religious history.
Lotza‘s illustration captures the beauty of Cognac’s history and culture, offering a picturesque view of the city that is sure to capture the imagination of any art lover or traveler. Lotza’s detailed illustration pays homage to the architecture and traditions of the city, making this poster a must-have piece of art for any collector or for those who wish to immortalize their love for this beautiful city.
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The postcard is sent in a bubble envelope.
Size: 3.93 x 5.28in
Paper weight: 736.5in
Matte coated paper.
This postcard is an original work by Lotza and is printed in Charente, France.
|Dimensions||10 × 14,8 cm|