Gothenburg 1782

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Poster with an old map of Gothenburg's southern archipelago, Göta Älv and its surroundings. The map was originally drawn in 1654 by Kettil Classon Felterus. It was later redrawn by C.F. Ehrensvärd 1782.

On the map we see everything from Amundön, Billdal in the south to Hisingen in the north. In between we see Gothenburg, its coastal strip and archipelago with everything from Hovås, Askim, Önnered, Fiskebäck, Frölunda to Brännö, Styrsö and Vrångö.

On the map we see the text in Swedish, which translated into English means: "Extract of the geographical chart over Elfsborg's county to show the strange Giöta river's outlet and the archipelago near and around Gothenburg with the most well-known islands and islets located there."

Drawn by: CF Ehrensvärd | Created: 1782

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Our posters and canvas comes from one of the world's leading manufacturers of fine art prints - Hahnemühle.


The 210g paper is matte with a structure and 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 avoid strong sunlight or other loads.


Our canvas is printed on Hahnemühle's exclusive 370g Art Canvas Smooth with a natural white tone and a fantastic color reproduction. Our canvas prints are as close as you can get to real art.

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