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Josephine Baker~ This incredible woman was born in St Louis, fatherless and in poverty. She moved to Paris, became a Jazz age megastar, spied for the resistance, and adopted children from all over the world. A devoted civil rights activist, in 1968 Josephine was offered unofficial leadership in the movement in the United States by Coretta Scott King following Martin Luther King Jr’s assassination. After thinking it over, Baker declined the offer out of concern for the welfare of her children.
Printed on sharp, detailed canvas prints that last 100 years without fading.
Our advanced large-format printers print at 1440 dpi using a 10-colour pigment ink system, for smooth graduations, less bronzing, and an impressive colour range.
Printed, using the giclée method, on tight-weave bright white 400gsm cotton canvas with a uniform, non-cracking surface, prints are hand-stretched onto heavy duty 38mm-deep knotless solid kiln-dried fir stretcher bars from sustainable sources in Europe.
Prints come with built-in corner wedges that make it easy to tighten the canvas. They arrive ready to hang, backed with brown framing tape and a flat hanging system that keeps your canvas lying perfectly against the wall.
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