Traite des Negres [The Slave Trade]
Designed by Frédéric Etienne Joseph Feldtrappe
The Metropolitan Museum of Art
This roller-printed toile with scenes of the slave trade is rather rare. You can tell it is roller printed due to the shorter repeat of about 15-18" rather than the full meter or yard repeat you'd see in a copperplate print.
The Met's online catalog shows it the best I have seen it pictured.
The colorway might be described as plum or purple.
From the catalog at the Metropolitan Museum of Art
"Frederic Feldtrappe produced this textile in the early nineteenth century during a moment of intense debate in France over the viability and morality of the slave trade. Of the four narrative scenes, two reference earlier paintings by English artist George Moreland and contrast the brutality of European slave traders with the kindness of Africans who minister to a shipwrecked European family. The other two scenes, based on engravings by Frenchman Nicolas Colibert, juxtapose a happy African family with the appearance of European traders in Africa. Their cache of trade goods (including textiles) ominously foreshadows the horrors of the traffic in human beings."
Bed with brown hangings in the pattern.
at the History Museum in Nantes, France
Read Cybèle T. Gontar's A Fashion for Abolition
And more about it in French
Here's a blurry example in a gold.