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Poster Martinique


Let’s take the plane and go to Martinique in this original work by Lotza. Martinique was conquered in 1794 by the English who prevented the abolition of slavery. Recovered by France following the treaty of Amiens, slavery is maintained by Napoleon. Slaves rebelled so that the abolition of slavery would be applied without delay, which they obtained on May 27, 1848. In this picture, you can see flashy colored boats; they are round skiffs. Every year there is a round skiff race, a traditional race that has been held since the 1940s. At that time, the fishermen mainly used the sail to return to their place of work and to arrive in a boat to sell the product of the fishing.

The illustration is available in 2 poster sizes: 11.8×15.7in and 19.7×27.5in.

Below you will find some settings to see the posters framed.
Each poster is shipped in a cardboard tube, rolled up and protected by bubble wrap.
The frame is not included in the order.

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11.8x15.7in format
Weight : 736.5in
Mat coated paper

19.7x27.5in format
Weight : 652.8in
Mat coated paper

This poster is an original work by Lotza and is printed in Charente, France.

Additional information

Weight 0,3 kg
Dimensions 64 × 6 cm

11.81×15.75inches, 19.69×27.56inches




Metropolitan France

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