Roman Costumes by Bartolomeo Pinelli. Women of Tivoli.

costumes, Tivoli, Italy, Folk dress
Women of Tivoli

Women of Tivoli by Bartolomeo Pinelli

Tivoli is a town in the province of Rome in the Italian region of Lazio. It is located 32 km east of Rome. The city’s name became synonymous with amusement parks.

“Roman Costumes”. Drawing by Bartolomeo Pinelli (1781-1835). Engraving by C. Hullmandel. Published by Rodwell & Martin, London.

Note:  Prominent woman 1840. Donna eminente. Rome and its surroundings.

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