Local costume from Stymfalia Lithograph


The Peloponnesian Folklore Foundation "V. Papantoniou"

The Peloponnesian Folklore Foundation "V. Papantoniou"
Nafplion, Greece

Theodore Leblanc, Femme Vlagne (Morée) (Country woman [the Morea]), hand-coloured lithograph. Peloponnesian Folklore Foundation Collection.


  • Title: Local costume from Stymfalia Lithograph
  • Creator: Unknown, Theodore Leblanc
  • Date Created: 1833
  • Location Created: Stymfalia, Corinthia, Peloponnese, Greece, Paris, France
  • Physical Dimensions: 0,31 X 0,22 m.
  • Provenance: From the album "Croquis d’après nature faits pendant trois ans de séjour en Grèce et dans le Levant", Paris 1833-1834. The painter and lithographer Theodore Leblanc (1800-1837), who spent some time in Greece during the 1820s, drew amongst others, a country woman in the Peloponnese wearing the traditional local costume.
  • Rights: rr-f
  • Medium: Paper
  • Bibliographic References: PAPANTONIOU, IOANNA (2000), Greek Clothing: "From Antiquity to the early 20th century", Athens, Commercial Bank of Greece - PAPANTONIOU, IOANNA (2014, ed.), "Patterns of Magnificence. Tradition and Reinvention in Greek Women's Costume", London, The Hellenic Centre

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