Costumes of Rome. Woman from Frascati 1840. Donna di Frascati.

Frascati, Donna, costume, Rome, Costumi
Woman from Frascati 1840.

Costumes of Rome. Woman from Frascati 1840.

Costumes of Rome and its surroundings.

Donna di Frascati

Source: Nuova Raccolta dei principali Costumi di Roma e suoi Contorni. Roma Presso l’Editore e Calcografo Tommas Cuccioni Negoziante di Stampe ed Oggetti di Belle Arte Via della Croce N. 88. Rome, 1840-50. Engraved by Salvatore Marroni.

Note:  Mora game in Boulogne. Gambling in public places. Italy 1860.

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