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Statue of Liberty psychedelic art, Lady Liberty from Manhattan, New York Wall Art, New York Statue

Statue of Liberty psychedelic art, Lady Liberty from Manhattan, New York Wall Art, New York Statue

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Adding the  Statue of Liberty psychedelic artwork to anyone's surroundings is one of the best decor moves one can make, and these customizable posters are here to help. Made with top-quality matte foto paper (225gsm), each indoor poster is reflection-free, as well as UV light & light-resistant. Add your custom designs and create a long-lasting decoration staple that stands apart from average posters.

.: For indoor use
.: 225 gsm matte foto paper
.: Reflection-free and UV light resistant paper

Where did the idea for the Statue of Liberty come from?

Around the year 1865, as the American Civil War was drawing to a close, a historian from France named Edouard de Laboulaye made a proposal to create a statue in France and give it to the United States as a gift to commemorate the success of the United States in constructing a democracy that could last.

 

  7.9″ x 7.9″ 11.8" x 11.8" 15.8" x 15.8" 19.7″ x 19.7″ 27.6″ x 27.6″
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Liberty Illuminating the World is the full name of the statue in its current location.

It was a present to the United States of America from France in the year 1886.

In 1878, during the World's Fair that was held in Paris, the head of the statue was on show.

Libertas, the Roman goddess of freedom is symbolized by the figure of the woman in the robes.

 

Liberty Island, where the Statue of Liberty is located, is owned by the federal government and is overseen by the National Park Service. However, the island is physically located within the boundaries of the state of New York.

At the end of the 19th century, the figure of the Roman goddess Libertas, who is depicted as a woman dressed in robes, became one of the most influential female icons in American culture. She was revered as the goddess of freedom in ancient Rome, particularly among those who were enslaved at the time.

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