Huntsman of Ronsard. On the Maladeta. Costumes Pyrenees 1834.

Costumes Pyrenees. Traditional French national costume.

Huntsman of Ronsard. On the Maladeta.

Huntsman of Ronsard. On the Maladeta. Costumes Pyrenees 1834.

Chasseur de Ronsard Sur la Maladeta. Costumes des Pyrénnées.

Source: Costumes des Pyrénées dessinés d’après nature & lithographiés par Édouard Pingret. Paris: Gihaut frères, 1834.

The Pic de la Maladeta or Pico de la Maladeta is a 3308 m high mountain near the highest Pyrenean peaks Aneto in the province of Huesca in the Spanish Autonomous Community of Aragón.

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