Chasseur de Ronsard Sur la Maladeta. Costumes des Pyrénnées. 1834.

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Chasseur de Ronsard Sur la 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.


Note:  Shepherd from Val d'Aran, Pyrenees France

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