Longwood House, St. Helena

This is a fine art print of the original watercolour & ink painting of the Longwood House, in Saint Helena. This mansion in St. Helena was the final residence of Emperor Napoleon Bonaparte of France, during his exile to the island. The house was originally a farm belonging to the East India Company, and was converted for the imprisonment of the Emperor in 1815. After Napoleon's death, the house returned to an agricultural role after being returned to the East India Company. Now the Longwood House is a museum owned by the French government. See it for yourself by going to what3words.com and entering: flakes.goddesses.conveying

 

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Watercolour by Marcus Müller

Pictured by Alex Barros

Longwood House, St. Helena