Category Archives: 19th Century

Muttuck, Asam. Male and Female.

Muttuck, Asam tribe. India 19th century.

Male and Female from Muttuck, Asam.

Male and Female from Muttuck, Asam.

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Dessins de broderie. France 1818.

Embroidery designs. Empire, Regency. Dessins de broderie.

Tulle dress, trimmed with satin and Chenille.

Dessins de broderie

Embroidery designs. France 1818.

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Empire fashion and headgear 1800 to 1810.

Empire fashion. headgear.

Empire fashion and headgear 1800 to 1810.

Empire fashion and headgear from 1800 to 1810.
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Atta Troll. Heinrich Heine.

Heinrich Heine. Atta Troll. German Romantic.

“Atta Troll. A Midsummer Night’s Dream” by Heinrich Heine

Atta Troll.

“Atta Troll. A Midsummer Night’s Dream” is a narrative poem by Heinrich Heine, which was written in 1841 and 1843 appeared in the newspaper for the elegant world – incomplete and never completes. Atta Troll is one of the most virtuosic works Heines.

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Mizhu or Mizu, Mishmis. Bengal India Tribe.

India Tribe Mizhu. Mizu. Bengal. Mishmis. Tribal Costumes. 19th century

Group of Mizhu or Mizu Mishmis.

Group of Mizhu or Mizu Mishmis.

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Tamils. Two Malabar Girls.

 Tamils. Kerala. Girls. Malabar. India. costumes.

Two Malabar Girls. Jeunes filles Malaberes.

Tamils. Two Malabar Girls.

Jeunes filles Malaberes.

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Students from Heidelberg, 1840.

Students costumes. Heidelberg. German national costumes. Romantic fashion. Eugène Guinot.

Students from Heidelberg

Students from Heidelberg, ca. 1840.

Romantic era.
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Postilion and Innkeeper, Baden.

Postilion costume. Innkeeper costume. Baden folk dress. German national costumes. Eugène Guinot

Postilion and Innkeeper from Baden

Postilion and Innkeeper from Baden, Germany. Around Kehl, ca. 1840.

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Don Manuel discovers Beatrice.

Don Manuel. Beatrice. The Bride of Messina. Friedrich Schiller. German Romantic.

Don Manuel discovers Beatrice. By C. Jaeger

Don Manuel discovers Beatrice.

The Bride of Messina by Friedrich Schiller.
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