Pankhurst - I would rather be a rebel than a slave

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I would rather be a rebel than a slave - Emmeline Pankhurst (1858-1928). 

Emmeline Pankhurst was a British political activist and leader of the suffragette movement who fought for women's suffrage. In Britain, women's suffrage was introduced in 1918, but it was on equal terms with men only from 1928 when the voting age for the sexes became the same. The magazine Time has ranked Emmeline as one of the De Hundred Most Important People during the 100s on the ground: "Emmeline Pankhurst shaped the idea of ​​women of our time"and"she shook society into a new pattern from which there was no turning back".

Choose between the colors antique white, ash gray, nude, beige, navy blue and dark green.

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The motif is printed on a 200 gram premium paper from one of the world's leading paper manufacturers - Hahnemühle.

The paper is matte and has a warm tone that gives the image a fantastic depth. Thanks to the unbeatable quality of the paper, you can count on a durability of up to 60 years if you expose it sparingly to sunlight and other loads.

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