David d'Angers (1788-1856). Abolition of slavery thanks to the action of the Press. Low relief forming the pedestal of Gutenberg's statue at the Imprimerie nationale (official printing works of the French government) in Paris. © Roger-Viollet
David d'Angers (1788-1856). Abolition of slavery thanks to the action of the Press. Low relief forming the pedestal of Gutenberg's statue at the Imprimerie nationale (official printing works of the French government) in Paris. © Roger-Viollet

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  • Caption:
    David d'Angers (1788-1856). Abolition of slavery thanks to the action of the Press. Low relief forming the pedestal of Gutenberg's statue at the Imprimerie nationale (official printing works of the French government) in Paris.
  • Credit:
    © Roger-Viollet
  • Artwork title:
    Abolition of slavery thanks to the action of the Press
  • Author of the shot:
    DAVID D'ANGERS PIERRE-JEAN
  • Inventory number:
    RV-461705
  • File size:
    4740 x 2835 pixels (2713 Ko)
  • Rights:
    Prior permission required for all advertizing & promotional use or use on consumer goods & derivative products.
  • Keywords: ABOLITION SLAVERYBAS RELIEFCOMMEMORATIVE MONUMENTGOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICEPEDESTALPLINTHPRESSSCULPTURESOCLESTATUE GUTENBERG JOHANNES GENSFLEISCH