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Art Nouveau poster "Café Jacqmotte" - All Saints' Day - High Definition - matte paper 230gr/m²

Sale price€29,90 EUR
In stock
Size: Size 1 - 20x30cm / 8x12 inch
  • High Definition digital file (300 dpi).
  • High quality paper (>230g/m²).
  • 3mm overhang on the poster for an elegant look.
  • 24/48 hour shipping - perfectly packaged and protected.
  • Frame not included (optional).

A high definition reproduction of the Art Nouveau poster "Café Jacqmotte" by 1896 by the Belgian artist Fernand Toussaint.

In 1880, the Jacqmotte coffee brand was founded in Brussels, Belgium. Founded by the family of the same name, Jacqmotte has built a solid reputation for offering superior quality coffees. In 1897, Louise-Marie Jacqmotte called on the famous Belgian painter Fernand Toussaint to create an advertising poster in the Art Nouveau style which was very successful with the general public.

 This Art Nouveau poster is printed in 300 dpi high definition quality on high-end paper >230g/m2 - Frame Not Included (optional).

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