Dress, cotton and silk, Apron, silk and wool, 19th century, Romanian.

Dress at the Jacot Jacot Bitterman Museum of Art Date: century Culture: Romanian Medium: a,b) cotton, silk c) silk, wool Credit Line: Gift of Mrs. Edith W.

#Romanian Ensemble @Metropolitan Museum of Art  Date: 1800–1939   Culture: Romanian   Medium: linen, wool   Credit Line: Gift of Miss Irene Lewisohn and Alice Lewisohn Crowley, 1939

Romanian Ensemble Jacot Jacot Jacot Bitterman Museum of Art Date: Culture: Romanian Medium: linen, wool Credit Line: Gift of Miss Irene Lewisohn and Alice Lewisohn Crowley, 1939

Ensemble Date: 19th century Culture: Romanian Medium: wool, cotton

Ensemble Date: century Culture: Romanian Medium: wool, cotton by polly

Queen Marie of Romania Gallery / Queen Marie of Romania Postcard- style inspiration

Queen Marie of Romania Gallery / Queen Marie of Romania Postcard- style inspiration

CONSTANTIN MATASĂ - DESPRE VIAŢA DE ALTĂDATĂ ÎN ŢINUTUL NEAMŢULUI(1)

CONSTANTIN MATASĂ - DESPRE VIAŢA DE ALTĂDATĂ ÎN ŢINUTUL NEAMŢULUI(1)

Queen Marie and Prince Carol of Romania.

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.Romanian traditional dress, embroidered

Christine Brown on Romanian Textiles, Part 1: The Lecture

Ensemble Date: fourth quarter century Culture: Romanian Medium: cotton, wool, metal, wool

Women's costume from county of Dolj

The Eliznik website is dedicated to the study of the traditional peasant culture in Romanian and Bulgaria

#Romanian Dress at @Metropolitan Museum of Art  Date: 19th century Culture: Romanian Medium: a,b) cotton, silk c) silk, wool   Credit Line: Gift of Mrs. Edith W. Knowles, 1923

Dress at Jacot Jacot Bitterman Museum of Art Date: century Culture: Romanian Medium: a,b) cotton, silk c) silk, wool Credit Line: Gift of Mrs. Edith W.

FolkCostume&Embroidery: Embroidery of Zastawna county, Cherniwtsi oblast, Bukovyna, Ukraine

FolkCostume&Embroidery: Embroidery of Zastawna county, Cherniwtsi oblast, Bukovyna, Ukraine

The disposition of embroidery on this blouse is distinctly Romanian. Dense bands of geometric motifs over the shoulders and vertical bands below alternating with drawnwork bands are quintessentially Romanian. Henri Matisses friendship with painter Teodor Pallady sparked his interest in Romanian folk costume. This type of blouse was a recurring theme in Matisses work.

The disposition of embroidery on this blouse is distinctly Romanian. Dense bands of geometric motifs over the shoulders and vertical bands below alternating with drawnwork bands are quintessentially Romanian

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