Astounding and above all contrasting landscape œuvres of the Amazons and the Carpethians by Lelli de Orleans e Bragança and Sophie de Roumanie
Legendary Bran/"Dracula" Castle
Sophie de Roumanie reflects with her photography on the sites and landscapes intrinsic to her life and that of her ancestors
Through Romanian by origin, Sophie, was born in exiled and is fascinated by the bucolic places that still remain in Romania, and that make the country so picturesque
Lelli de Orleans e Bragança in her artworks focuses on the longing after a primordial Brazil, and its lush
A photographic shot that Sophie enchanted Sophie by its obvious mysticism. She shot it at dawn in Brittany's countryside.
Papagayos swirling by the Amazons
Not a lifeless Amazonic nature rather one thriving is portrayed by the oeuvres of Lelli de Orleans e Bragança
Sophie de Roumanie features one of the most recurrent buildings in Transylvania, Orthodox churches. Albeit there are ubiquitous in the region, they all possess their own charm, size and structure
River and mountains in Rio de Janeiro
Longing for "idyllic" Rio de Janeiro surrounded by more wilderness rather than by edifices and people.
Papagayos flying by in the Amazons
Not only vegetation but also rivers and lagoons are a important part of Lelli's idyllic Brazil
View of Rio de Janeiro
Blue papagayos flying about the Amazons
Lelli toys with poignant blue bird tones to accentuate their presence in the lush milieu
Wild beauty off a litoral wherein the flowers defy the location for their growth
Shot at Brittany until recently the working location of Sophie de Roumanie
Artist Princess Lelli de Orleans e Bragança
She lives in São Paulo, Brazil, and captures through her painting the intrinsically wild and overly lush landscapes of the Amazon River.
Sophie de Roumanie is an internationally known artist and photographer. She continues the tradition of her author and artist great-grandmother, Queen Marie of Romania, and she inherited her love of photography from her father.