Torero avant la course. Andalusia. Folklore Costume. 1842. Musée cosmopolite. (Musée de costumes)
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The costumes depicted here come partly from the Balearic Islands (Mallorca, Minorca, Cabrera), partly from the Pitiusas, which the most important is Ibiza.
Inhabitant of Moguer, Andalusia Spain around 1890s. Residente de Moguer, Andalucía España Résident de Moguer, Andalousie Espagne
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The festival dress of the women of Toro is called the Costume of the Rich Widow (Viuda Rica).
Montehermoso is a Spanish city in the autonomous region of Extremadura, located in the province of Cáceres.
Traditional coiffure from Montehermoso, Cáceres, Spain.
Historical costumes from Majorca. Spain 1862.
Servants and Peasants of Madrid in 1835
Friar of the Order of St. Francis. Costume Espagnol. Cordelier de l’ordre de saint François. Source: Costumes historiques, de la ville ou de théâtre et travestissements. Author: Achille Devéria (French, 1800–1857)… Read More
Andalusian peasants from Cordoba, Spain 1878. Espagne. Types Andalous. Paysans De Cordoue 1878. Gravé par Laplante d’après un Dessin de Maillard