Port de Martigues
About the artwork
Raoul Dufy (1877-1953)
Port de Martigues
Oil on canvas
44,5 x 54 cm
During a first stay in 1903, Raoul Dufy discovered the light of the South in Martigues, made famous by Félix Ziem, the precursor of Impressionism, and where many painters (Auguste Renoir, Paul Signac, etc.) preceded him. It inspires him with a brightened palette and luminous canvases, such as this view of the port.
Our removable wallpaper is printed on an innovative repositionable woven fabric material that sticks to almost any surface. The material is easy to install, can be removed and re-hung without losing adhesion, leaving a mark, or damaging surfaces.
- Printed at high-resolution for stunning and vivid color gamut.
- Large wallpaper is printed on several panels with 2 cm overlap.
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Once your surface has been measured, enter its width and height. The wallpaper will be printed according to the dimensions indicated. Removable wallpapers are available from 1m². Use the cropping tool that will appear after entering the size of the area you want to cover, to select the area you prefer.
Depending on the size of the image, the removable wallpaper can be printed in several panels of equal size. Sections can be up to about 1m wide. For wallpapers printed in multiple panels, an overlap area between the strips of approximately 2 cm is provided to allow better alignment of the image between the strips. This overlapping area can be cut after the wallpaper is installed.
The wallpapers are printed to the exact dimensions you provide. For security, you can choose to add a few extra centimeters in height and width in case your wall is slightly uneven. This makes installation easier if the wall is not perfectly straight. Additional material can be cut after installation. If you choose to add an additional bleed, be sure to include it in the dimensions provided.