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Martinique is a Caribbean island located in the Lesser Antilles, north of South America, and is an overseas department and region of France

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Martinique Collection: Maps

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Background imageMartinique Collection: Kings Colour, 4th West India Regiment, 1795-1804 circa (fabric)

Kings Colour, 4th West India Regiment, 1795-1804 circa (fabric)
5926515 Kings Colour, 4th West India Regiment, 1795-1804 circa (fabric) by British School, (18th Century); National Army Museum, London; (add.info.: Kings Colour, 4th West India Regiment)

Background imageMartinique Collection: Bottles of local rum drinks at Le Diamant village

Bottles of local rum drinks at Le Diamant village, Martinique, West Indies, Caribbean, Central America

Background imageMartinique Collection: Martinique Landscape, 1887. Artist: Paul Gauguin

Martinique Landscape, 1887. Artist: Paul Gauguin
Martinique Landscape, 1887. Painting held in the Scottish National Gallery. From The Studio Volume 103. [London Offices of the Studio, London, 1932]

Background imageMartinique Collection: Kings Own Scottish Borderers

Kings Own Scottish Borderers - The uniform, reginemtal flags, crest and listings of International deployments are featured on this card. Date: 1913

Background imageMartinique Collection: Map of the Caribbean island of Martinique, c1783

Map of the Caribbean island of Martinique, c1783

Background imageMartinique Collection: Caribbean, Martinique, Les Anse d Arlet, Grand Anse Beach

Caribbean, Martinique, Les Anse d Arlet, Grand Anse Beach

Background imageMartinique Collection: Martinique, 1958

Martinique, 1958
Bo Anderson

Background imageMartinique Collection: 20094355

20094355
West Indies Caribbean Grenada Carriacou The calm clear blue water breaking on Paradise Beach in L Esterre Bay as two fishermen beach their boat with Sandy Island and Petite Martinique in the distance

Background imageMartinique Collection: St. Pierre and the Mount Pelee, 1397m, Martinique, French Overseas Department

St. Pierre and the Mount Pelee, 1397m, Martinique, French Overseas Department, Windward Islands, West Indies, Caribbean, Central America

Background imageMartinique Collection: Beach and palm tree near the Club Mediterannee hotel, Le Marin, Martinique

Beach and palm tree near the Club Mediterannee hotel, Le Marin, Martinique, French Overseas Deparrment, Windward Islands, West Indies, Caribbean, Central America

Background imageMartinique Collection: Bougainvillea blooming

Bougainvillea blooming, island of Martinique, Lesser Antilles, French West Indies, Caribbean, Central America

Background imageMartinique Collection: Desclieux / Coffee Plant

Desclieux / Coffee Plant
Captain Gabriel Mathieu Desclieux, a French Navy Officer, uses his water ration to save a single coffee plant which instigated the entire Martinique Coffee Industry

Background imageMartinique Collection: Banana seller - Island of Martinique

Banana seller - Island of Martinique
A wonderful postcard of a West Indian Banana seller from the Island of Martinique

Background imageMartinique Collection: Skyline of Fort de France, island of Martinique, Lesser Antilles, French West Indies

Skyline of Fort de France, island of Martinique, Lesser Antilles, French West Indies, Caribbean, Central America

Background imageMartinique Collection: MARTINIQUE. French Antilles. West Indies. J. M. Distillery in Macouba. One-cylinder

MARTINIQUE. French Antilles. West Indies. J. M. Distillery in Macouba. One-cylinder
Martinique, French Antilles, West Indies, J.M. Distillery in Macouba. One-cylinder steam engine & huge flywheel gear. Machinery that grinds sugar cane before it is fermented in the making of rum

Background imageMartinique Collection: Grande Anse, Les Anses d Arlet, Martinique, Windward Islands, French Overseas Department

Grande Anse, Les Anses d Arlet, Martinique, Windward Islands, French Overseas Department, West Indies, Caribbean, Central America

Background imageMartinique Collection: Caribbean, Martinique, Route de la Trace, Riviere Blanche, Alma Waterfall at Pont

Caribbean, Martinique, Route de la Trace, Riviere Blanche, Alma Waterfall at Pont de L Alma (Alma Bridge)

Background imageMartinique Collection: Caribbean, Martinique, Sainte Anne, Grande Anse des Salines

Caribbean, Martinique, Sainte Anne, Grande Anse des Salines

Background imageMartinique Collection: Dr MIQUEL Alexis - 1756-1838, French explorer and doctor of La Guadeloupe and Martinique. 1841

Dr MIQUEL Alexis - 1756-1838, French explorer and doctor of La Guadeloupe and Martinique. 1841
JAB4120150 Dr MIQUEL Alexis - 1756-1838, French explorer and doctor of La Guadeloupe and Martinique. 1841; (add.info.: Dr MIQUEL Alexis - 1756-1838)

Background imageMartinique Collection: Views in the volcanic islands of the Caribbean (b/w photo)

Views in the volcanic islands of the Caribbean (b/w photo)
8672129 Views in the volcanic islands of the Caribbean (b/w photo) by English Photographer, (20th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Views in the volcanic islands of the Caribbean)

Background imageMartinique Collection: Map of Martinique, 1666 - 1667, engraving

Map of Martinique, 1666 - 1667, engraving
1758849 Map of Martinique, 1666 - 1667, engraving; (add.info.: Map of Martinique, 1666 - 1667, engraving); Photo: Tallandier

Background imageMartinique Collection: Building where the Impress Josephine de Beauharnais (photo taken in 1880 and copied in the pen)

Building where the Impress Josephine de Beauharnais (photo taken in 1880 and copied in the pen)
1761511 Building where the Impress Josephine de Beauharnais (photo taken in 1880 and copied in the pen) named "Le moulin a Cannes" then "Sucrerie de la petite Guinee"

Background imageMartinique Collection: Portrait of Admiral John Jervis

Portrait of Admiral John Jervis
MMM5464692 Portrait of Admiral John Jervis by Hoppner, John (1758-1810); National Maritime Museum, London, UK; (add.info.: Portrait of Admiral John Jervis (1735-1823) first Earl of Saint Vincent

Background imageMartinique Collection: The French ship 'Le Curieux', in Martinique, February 3, 1804. Oil on canvas, 1805

The French ship "Le Curieux", in Martinique, February 3, 1804. Oil on canvas, 1805
MMM5458783 The French ship "Le Curieux", in Martinique, February 3, 1804. Oil on canvas, 1805, by Francis Sartorius (1734-1804)

Background imageMartinique Collection: View of the bay and the city of Saint Pierre (Martinique). Lithography (42.3x56 cm)

View of the bay and the city of Saint Pierre (Martinique). Lithography (42.3x56 cm) by Cooper Willyams (1762-1816)
MMM5484479 View of the bay and the city of Saint Pierre (Martinique). Lithography (42.3x56 cm) by Cooper Willyams (1762-1816), 1796

Background imageMartinique Collection: Fer-de-lance (Bothrops lanceolatus) captive, endemic to Martinique

Fer-de-lance (Bothrops lanceolatus) captive, endemic to Martinique

Background imageMartinique Collection: Prison Ship York in Portsmouth Harbour, 1807 (etching)

Prison Ship York in Portsmouth Harbour, 1807 (etching)
7341890 Prison Ship York in Portsmouth Harbour, 1807 (etching) by Cooke, Edward William (1811-80); 21.6x28.4 cm; National Maritime Museum, London

Background imageMartinique Collection: Admiral Lord George Brydges Rodney, 1st Baron Rodney (1719-1792), 1791 (oil on canvas)

Admiral Lord George Brydges Rodney, 1st Baron Rodney (1719-1792), 1791 (oil on canvas)
7338029 Admiral Lord George Brydges Rodney, 1st Baron Rodney (1719-1792), 1791 (oil on canvas) by Mosnier, Jean Laurent (1743/4-1808); 127x101.5 cm; National Maritime Museum, London

Background imageMartinique Collection: The Battle of the Saints, 1782 (oil painting)

The Battle of the Saints, 1782 (oil painting)
7337665 The Battle of the Saints, 1782 (oil painting) by Luny, Thomas (1759-1837); 43.9x70.6 cm; National Maritime Museum, London

Background imageMartinique Collection: View of Saint Pierre, Martinique, drawing by Auguste de Berard (1824-1881)

View of Saint Pierre, Martinique, drawing by Auguste de Berard (1824-1881)
FGL5485314 View of Saint Pierre, Martinique, drawing by Auguste de Berard (1824-1881), to illustrate Anthony Trollope's (1815-1882) travels to the West Indies in 1858-1859

Background imageMartinique Collection: Rheuerie JM, since 1845 in Macouba - Martinique, island of the French Antilles

Rheuerie JM, since 1845 in Macouba - Martinique, island of the French Antilles
JEB4949971 Rheuerie JM, since 1845 in Macouba - Martinique, island of the French Antilles; (add.info.: Rheuerie JM, since 1845 in Macouba - Martinique)

Background imageMartinique Collection: French West Indies - French Antilles - Fonds Saint Jacques, Sugar Housing du Pere Labat (1663-1736)

French West Indies - French Antilles - Fonds Saint Jacques, Sugar Housing du Pere Labat (1663-1736) - Martinique
JEB4950162 French West Indies - French Antilles - Fonds Saint Jacques, Sugar Housing du Pere Labat (1663-1736) - Martinique

Background imageMartinique Collection: Fort de France. Schoelcher Library, architect Pierre Henri Picq. Opened in 1893

Fort de France. Schoelcher Library, architect Pierre Henri Picq. Opened in 1893
JEB4948866 Fort de France. Schoelcher Library, architect Pierre Henri Picq. Opened in 1893.; (add.info.: Fort de France. Schoelcher Library, architect Pierre Henri Picq)

Background imageMartinique Collection: French West Indies - French Antilles - Fort de France copy of the graved rock

French West Indies - French Antilles - Fort de France copy of the graved rock
JEB4948812 French West Indies - French Antilles - Fort de France copy of the graved rock, petroglyph of the forest of Mon Travail in Sainte Luce

Background imageMartinique Collection: History of the cafe: Captain Gabriel de Clieu (Declieux, Desclieux) (1687/1678- ca)

History of the cafe: Captain Gabriel de Clieu (Declieux, Desclieux) (1687/1678- ca)
ELD4931852 History of the cafe: Captain Gabriel de Clieu (Declieux, Desclieux) (1687/1678- ca. 1774), instructed by King Louis XIV in 1725 to bring back to Martinique a coffee plant (coffee maker)

Background imageMartinique Collection: Metisse de Martinique - Mixed-race woman of Martinique, 1865

Metisse de Martinique - Mixed-race woman of Martinique, 1865. Handcoloured steel engraving by Polydor Pauquet from
FLO4686696 Metisse de Martinique - Mixed-race woman of Martinique, 1865. Handcoloured steel engraving by Polydor Pauquet from the Pauquet Brothers " Modes et Costumes Etrangers Anciens et

Background imageMartinique Collection: Triton (fish man) seen off the coast of Martinique May 23, 1671 - Water forte extracted from

Triton (fish man) seen off the coast of Martinique May 23, 1671 - Water forte extracted from the Encyclopedie of
FLO4727366 Triton (fish man) seen off the coast of Martinique May 23, 1671 - Water forte extracted from the Encyclopedie of Natural History: Humanite, by Gottlieb Tobias Wilhelm (1758-1811)

Background imageMartinique Collection: place where were born empress Josephine in 1763 in Lemantin, Martinique

place where were born empress Josephine in 1763 in Lemantin, Martinique
1753355 place where were born empress Josephine in 1763 in Lemantin, Martinique; (add.info.: place where were born empress Josephine in 1763 in Lemantin, Martinique); Photo: Tallandier

Background imageMartinique Collection: Ring-necked spitting cobra, vipere haemachate, Hemachatus haemachatus, and Martinique lancehead

Ring-necked spitting cobra, vipere haemachate, Hemachatus haemachatus, and Martinique lancehead
FLO4644725 Ring-necked spitting cobra, vipere haemachate, Hemachatus haemachatus, and Martinique lancehead, trigonocephale spearhead (spearhead), Bothrops lanceolatus

Background imageMartinique Collection: The capture of Fort Louis (Martinique) by the British, on 20 March 1794

The capture of Fort Louis (Martinique) by the British, on 20 March 1794
MMM5458584 The capture of Fort Louis (Martinique) by the British, on 20 March 1794 by Anderson, William (1757-1837); National Maritime Museum, London

Background imageMartinique Collection: Pigeon Island in Martinique. Lithograph (56.6x43.4 cm), by Reverend Cooper Willyams (1762-1816)

Pigeon Island in Martinique. Lithograph (56.6x43.4 cm), by Reverend Cooper Willyams (1762-1816), 1796
MMM5483394 Pigeon Island in Martinique. Lithograph (56.6x43.4 cm), by Reverend Cooper Willyams (1762-1816), 1796. by Willyams, Cooper (1762-1816) (after); National Maritime Museum, London

Background imageMartinique Collection: North-east view of Fort Louis (Fort Saint Louis), Martinique, February 5 - March 22, 1794

North-east view of Fort Louis (Fort Saint Louis), Martinique, February 5 - March 22, 1794
MMM5483341 North-east view of Fort Louis (Fort Saint Louis), Martinique, February 5 - March 22, 1794. Lithograph (42.2x56.8 cm), by Reverend Cooper Willyams (1762-1816), 1796

Background imageMartinique Collection: English West Indies - French Antilles - Le Francois, Habitation Clement, Domaine de l'Mahogany

English West Indies - French Antilles - Le Francois, Habitation Clement, Domaine de l'Mahogany
JEB4949605 English West Indies - French Antilles - Le Francois, Habitation Clement, Domaine de l'Mahogany. Homere Clement (1858-1923), Doctor of Medicine in 1878, Mayor of the Francois 1885-1923

Background imageMartinique Collection: French West Indies - French Antilles - Fonds Saint Jacques, Sugar Housing du Pere Labat (1663-1736)

French West Indies - French Antilles - Fonds Saint Jacques, Sugar Housing du Pere Labat (1663-1736)
JEB4950121 French West Indies - French Antilles - Fonds Saint Jacques, Sugar Housing du Pere Labat (1663-1736). Cane mill - Martinique

Background imageMartinique Collection: French West Indies - French Antilles - Fonds Saint Jacques, Sugar Housing du Pere Labat (1663-1736)

French West Indies - French Antilles - Fonds Saint Jacques, Sugar Housing du Pere Labat (1663-1736) - Martinique
JEB4950068 French West Indies - French Antilles - Fonds Saint Jacques, Sugar Housing du Pere Labat (1663-1736) - Martinique

Background imageMartinique Collection: Trois Ilets, Domaine de la Pagerie, Bust of Josephine de Beauharnais - Martinique

Trois Ilets, Domaine de la Pagerie, Bust of Josephine de Beauharnais - Martinique, island of the French Antilles
JEB4949222 Trois Ilets, Domaine de la Pagerie, Bust of Josephine de Beauharnais - Martinique, island of the French Antilles; (add.info.: Trois Ilets, Domaine de la Pagerie)



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Martinique Collection

Martinique is a Caribbean island located in the Lesser Antilles, north of South America, and is an overseas department and region of France, making it a part of the European Union. The island has a population of approximately 375,000 people and its official language is French. Martinique's economy relies heavily on tourism, agriculture (particularly sugarcane), and light industry. The island boasts stunning beaches, lush rainforests, and vibrant Creole culture with influences from African, European, and indigenous peoples. Its capital city Fort-de-France offers visitors historic landmarks such as La Savane Park and St Louis Cathedral alongside modern amenities like shopping centers and restaurants.
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Our beautiful Wall Art and Photo Gifts include Framed Prints, Photo Prints, Poster Prints, Canvas Prints, Jigsaw Puzzles, Metal Prints and so much more

The Martinique collection from Media Storehouse features a stunning array of wall art and framed prints that capture the beauty and charm of this Caribbean island located in North America. Our collection includes breathtaking photographs showcasing the lush tropical landscapes, crystal-clear waters, and vibrant culture of Martinique. From panoramic views of the island's rugged coastline to close-up shots of its colorful flora and fauna, each piece in the Martinique collection is a work of art that will transport you to this idyllic paradise. Whether you're looking for a statement piece for your living room or bedroom or want to add some exotic flair to your office or workspace, these prints are sure to impress. With high-quality printing techniques used on premium materials such as fine art paper and canvas, every print in the Martinique collection is designed to last a lifetime. So why not bring home a little slice of paradise with one (or more) of these stunning pieces?
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What are Martinique (North America) art prints?

Martinique art prints are a collection of high-quality artworks that depict the beauty and culture of Martinique, an island in the Caribbean Sea that is part of North America. These prints showcase various themes such as landscapes, flora and fauna, people, architecture, and historical events related to Martinique. The art prints are created using different techniques such as photography, painting, drawing or digital design. They come in various sizes and can be printed on different materials like paper or canvas. The Martinique art prints offered by Media Storehouse are carefully curated from talented artists around the world who have captured the essence of this beautiful island. These art pieces make great additions to any home or office decor and serve as reminders of the unique charm that Martinique has to offer. Whether you're looking for a vibrant tropical scene or a serene coastal view, there's sure to be a print that captures your imagination among our extensive collection.
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What Martinique (North America) art prints can I buy from Media Storehouse?

We offer a wide range of Martinique art prints that capture the beauty and culture of this Caribbean island. You can choose from stunning photographs, vintage posters, and colorful illustrations that showcase the island's natural landscapes, historic landmarks, and vibrant lifestyle. Some popular options include images of the iconic Mount Pelée volcano, Fort-de-France harbor, Anse Cafard Slave Memorial, Saint-Pierre ruins, and local markets filled with tropical fruits and spices. Whether you're looking for a statement piece to decorate your home or office or a unique gift for someone who loves travel or art, we have something to suit every taste and budget. All prints are available in various sizes and formats such as canvas prints or framed prints so you can customize them according to your preferences. With our extensive collection of high-quality Martinique art prints at your fingertips, you're sure to find something that inspires you.
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How do I buy Martinique (North America) art prints?

To buy Martinique art prints from Media Storehouse, you can browse our extensive collection of high-quality images online. You can search for specific keywords or browse through different categories to find the perfect print that suits your taste and preferences. Once you have found the artwork that you like, simply select the size and format of your choice, such as canvas or framed print. Then add it to your cart and proceed to checkout. During the checkout process, you will be prompted to enter your shipping address and payment information. Once your order is confirmed, Media Storehouse will process it promptly and ship it directly to your doorstep. Buying Martinique art prints from Media Storehouse is a convenient way to decorate your home or office with beautiful artwork inspired by this stunning region. With their wide selection of images available in various formats, you are sure to find something that fits perfectly with your style and decor.
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How much do Martinique (North America) art prints cost?

Martinique art prints from Media Storehouse vary in price depending on the size and type of print. The cost can range from affordable to high-end, with options for every budget. The prices are competitive and reflect the quality of the artwork, which is sourced from talented artists around North America. The Martinique art prints available at Media Storehouse come in a variety of sizes and styles, including framed or unframed options. You can choose between canvas prints, fine art paper prints, or photographic prints to suit their preferences. The cost of Martinique art prints at Media Storehouse is reasonable considering the quality and diversity of options available. Whether you're looking for a small piece to add some color to your home or a large statement piece for your office space, there's something for everyone within your budget.
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How will my Martinique (North America) art prints be delivered to me?

Your Martinique art prints will be delivered to you in a safe and secure manner by Media Storehouse. The company takes great care in packaging your artwork to ensure that it arrives at your doorstep undamaged. Your print will be carefully rolled up and placed inside a sturdy cardboard tube for protection during transit. Media Storehouse uses reliable courier services to deliver your order, ensuring that it reaches you as quickly as possible. You can track the progress of your delivery online using the tracking number provided by the company. Once your Martinique art print has arrived, simply unroll it from the tube and display it however you wish. Whether you choose to frame it or hang it directly on the wall, this beautiful piece of artwork is sure to add a touch of elegance and sophistication to any room in which it is displayed.