|Alain Manesson Mallet.|
Paris, 1683. 145 x 105mm. Coloured. A sugar refinery in the Americas, worked by slaves. On a mound is grinding mill driven by donkeys in an open-sided building, with a pipe feeding the cane juice downhill to an evaporating shed where it is reduced over fires. In the background workers cut the sugar canes in fields.
Published in Mallet's 'Description de l'Univers'.
This is a genuine antique print, published at or about the date specified, but guaranteed over 300 years old.
We provide a certificate of authenticity with all purchases.
We offer free standard postage in the UK.
Please enquire about overseas postage.