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How Ukrainian women looked 100 years ago (rare photos)

How Ukrainian women looked 100 years ago (rare photos)

How Ukrainian women looked 100 years ago (rare photos)

How Ukrainian women looked 100 years ago (rare photos)

Эдмунд Блэр Лейтон (1853-1922, Англия) - Обеденный час

Эдмунд Блэр Лейтон (1853-1922, Англия) - Обеденный час

Эдмунд Блэр Лейтон. Обеденный час

Эдмунд Блэр Лейтон. Обеденный час

Junge Frau in Tracht mit Goldhaube 1917 by Austrian Painter Josef Büche 1848 -1917  http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Josef_B%C3%BCche_Junge_Frau_in_Tracht_mit_Goldhaube.jpg

Junge Frau in Tracht mit Goldhaube 1917 by Austrian Painter Josef Büche 1848 -1917 http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Josef_B%C3%BCche_Junge_Frau_in_Tracht_mit_Goldhaube.jpg

Reiner, Joseph - Portrait of a Young Woman with a Goldhaube, 1892. The sequins of the goldhaube were sometimes attached loosely, so they could dangle and glitter in the light. "Golden sunshine is sparkling around my forehead: Should I, beautiful one, not be a sun on earth". (Thanks to Germanisches National Museum for the quote.)

Reiner, Joseph - Portrait of a Young Woman with a Goldhaube, 1892. The sequins of the goldhaube were sometimes attached loosely, so they could dangle and glitter in the light. "Golden sunshine is sparkling around my forehead: Should I, beautiful one, not be a sun on earth". (Thanks to Germanisches National Museum for the quote.)

Kronberger, Carl (1841-1921) - A Portrait of a Girl Wearing a Goldhaube, or gold hood. This is the most beautiful goldhaube I've seen, and also a beautiful painting, all subtly glowing browns and coppers.

Kronberger, Carl (1841-1921) - A Portrait of a Girl Wearing a Goldhaube, or gold hood. This is the most beautiful goldhaube I've seen, and also a beautiful painting, all subtly glowing browns and coppers.

Unknown artist - Woman of Stuben, Austria, with Goldhaube, 1775. The 'Gold Hood' which had been worn only by rich women became popular with merchants' wives, and then with country women for their special occasion 'festival' headdress - substituting gold-colored silk thread and sequins for the pearls & jewels. As with many regional costumes, the style of the hat identified the wearer as being from a particular area of the country.

Unknown artist - Woman of Stuben, Austria, with Goldhaube, 1775. The 'Gold Hood' which had been worn only by rich women became popular with merchants' wives, and then with country women for their special occasion 'festival' headdress - substituting gold-colored silk thread and sequins for the pearls & jewels. As with many regional costumes, the style of the hat identified the wearer as being from a particular area of the country.