Greece: Engravings

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Greek woman of Hagios-Vasilios (Arcadia) , Antique wood engraved print, 1894 "Peoples of the World", by Robert Brown, published by Cassell & Co[Vol 6] (ebay)

Greek woman of Hagios-Vasilios (Arcadia) , Antique wood engraved print, 1894 "Peoples of the World", by Robert Brown, published by Cassell & Co[Vol 6] (ebay)

Neu-Griechen, 1878. The New York Public Library collection.

Neu-Griechen, 1878. The New York Public Library collection.

Engraving by E.Ronjat depicting a woman from Psara. From the magazine “Le Tour du Monde”, Paris 1876 ©Peloponnesian Folklore Foundation, Nafplion, Greece

Engraving by E.Ronjat depicting a woman from Psara. From the magazine “Le Tour du Monde”, Paris 1876 ©Peloponnesian Folklore Foundation, Nafplion, Greece

Engraving of a woman wearing a costume of Attica Paris, France. Early 20th century © Peloponnesian Folklore Foundation, Nafplion, Greece

Engraving of a woman wearing a costume of Attica Paris, France. Early 20th century © Peloponnesian Folklore Foundation, Nafplion, Greece

Greek Peasant Woman Vibrant Outfit c.1860 antique ethnic color costume print #Vintage

Greek Peasant Woman Vibrant Outfit c.1860 antique ethnic color costume print

Greek Peasant Woman Vibrant Outfit c.1860 antique ethnic color costume print #Vintage

Engraving Ms Kokkinopoulos with costume from Kalamata, Peloponnese, Greece. Inscription: "Mme Kokkinopoulos - Dessin de E.Ronjat, d' après une photographie". Signed: "E.RONJAT", "CH.BARANT". From the magazine "Le Tour du Monde", Paris, 1877. Institution: Peloponnesian Folklore Foundation Provider: Europeana Fashion

Engraving Ms Kokkinopoulos with costume from Kalamata, Peloponnese, Greece. Inscription: "Mme Kokkinopoulos - Dessin de E.Ronjat, d' après une photographie". Signed: "E.RONJAT", "CH.BARANT". From the magazine "Le Tour du Monde", Paris, 1877. Institution: Peloponnesian Folklore Foundation Provider: Europeana Fashion

Joseph Pitton de Tournefort ‘Candiotes’ (‘Women of Candia’ [Iraklion, Crete]), 1817 © Peloponnesian Folklore Foundation, Nafplion, Greece. It shows two women wearing dresses. One of the dresses hangs loosely from the shoulders; the other comes up to just below the bust. Under the dress, the women are wearing a wide-sleeved chemise which may also be considered a variant of the Cretan dresses with embroidered hems

Joseph Pitton de Tournefort ‘Candiotes’ (‘Women of Candia’ [Iraklion, Crete]), 1817 © Peloponnesian Folklore Foundation, Nafplion, Greece. It shows two women wearing dresses. One of the dresses hangs loosely from the shoulders; the other comes up to just below the bust. Under the dress, the women are wearing a wide-sleeved chemise which may also be considered a variant of the Cretan dresses with embroidered hems

Byzantine Churches of the Library of Hadrian

Byzantine Churches of the Library of Hadrian

Patterns of magnificence

Patterns of magnificence

Otto Magnus von Stackelberg, Paysanne des environs d’Athènes en habit de fête (Χωρική με γιορτινή φορεσιά Αττικής), Costumes et usages des peuples de la Grèce moderne, Rome 1825. Alpha Bank Photographic Arcive, Athens

Otto Magnus von Stackelberg, Paysanne des environs d’Athènes en habit de fête (Χωρική με γιορτινή φορεσιά Αττικής), Costumes et usages des peuples de la Grèce moderne, Rome 1825. Alpha Bank Photographic Arcive, Athens

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