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Clarac Charles de (1777-1847)

Intérieur d’une forêt du Brésil. Le dessin a été exposé au Salon de 1819 où il fut très admiré. Il est un
souvenir du voyage de Clarac en Amérique du Sud (1816-1818), d’après des croquis réalisés dans les
bois du Rio Bonito, au nord de Rio de Janeiro et d’après des études de plantes tropicales faites à son
retour, dans les serres du parc du château du prince Maximilien zu Wied-Nieuwied près de Coblenz

Localisation: France, Paris, musée du Louvre, D.A.G.
Photo (C) RMN-Grand Palais (musée du Louvre) / Thierry Le Mage

Product details

  • This model is edited on our 380gr non-woven wallpaper
  • The decor will be adapted to the dimensions of the wall (s) to be dressed. A proof will be established for you to visualize the decoration and validate it.
  • Possibility of customizing our models according to your needs (colors, size of the pattern,…).
  • Our wall coverings are washable, UV treated, classified M1 fire resistant and edited with environmentally friendly solvent-free inks.
  • The design, the editing, the shaping are carried out in our premises in France, in order to gain in reactivity and to guarantee you optimal quality.


The production time is 5 working days following validation of order, artwork and payment.
The delivery time is 24 hours for France / For International deliveries, check with us.


Applying After applying glue to the wall, panels are overlapped with a double cut.
All panels are numbered, a diagram and instuction plan are provided.