This is an illustration inspired by the part of Adam Mickeiwicz's "Dziady" titled "Pomnik Piotra Wielkiego". Petersburg was a whim of tzar Peter the First and he decided to build a city on a swamps. Many, many workers died when they were building Petersburg in very hard conditions. Originally, the inscription on the monument means: "Catherine the Second to Peter the First, summer 1782" I changed it to: "City Builders to Peter the First, summer 1782". Scroll down to see buying options.
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30 × 40 cm (11,81 × 15,75 in)
40 × 50 cm (15,75 × 19,69 in)
50 × 70 cm (19,69 × 27,56 in)
Paper: Tecco Pastell Matt
Weight: 225 g/m²
Signed and numbered: No
The inscription on the monument means: "City Builders to Peter the First, summer 1782".
It is pigment print, the highest possible quality digital print, which is characterized by the fact that the prints have vivid, natural colors, color gradations are more subtle and the prints have a longer life.
All sizes are including margins. High-quality artistic print. Frame is not included. Colours can be a little bit different in reality than those previewed on monitors.
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