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Moldvai csango magyarok a Csiksomlyoi bucsun 1930 evek Vintage Photographs, Vintage Images, Hungarian Embroidery, Old Photography, Family Roots, Folk Dance, Folk Music, Folk Costume, My Heritage

Moldvai csango magyarok a Csiksomlyoi bucsun 1930 evek Fischer Jozsef felvetele

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Moldvai csángók Hipster, Traditional, Art, Style, Fashion, Fence, Pictures, Art Background, Swag

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Csángó Néprajzi Múzeum, Zabola.

103. Moldvai csángó asszony mellesben, Kaluger (v. Bihar megye). Kallós Zoltán felvétele, 1964 (Néprajzi Múzeum, Budapest) Folk Costume, Costumes, Folk Dance, Hungary, Romania, Budapest, Art Decor, Concept Art, The Past

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103. Moldvai csángó asszony mellesben, Kaluger (v. Bihar megye). Kallós Zoltán felvétele, 1964 (Néprajzi Múzeum, Budapest)

Csango Girl by Andy Thomas The Csango are an eastern European people residing in Romania, historically from Hungary. Some say direct descendants from Attila the Hun. Painting For Kids, Art For Kids, Art Children, Painting Art, Attila The Hun, European People, Southwest Art, Western Theme, Impressionist Paintings

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Andy Thomas is not only an immensely talented painter, but also a storyteller with the images he creates. His subject matter consists of a variety of images from historical events to intimate moments of everyday life. The artist’s desire to create is funneled into the area of painting realism that ranges from very loose to very tight. Thomas’s medium is primarily oil, but he also works in watercolor, pen and ink, charcoal, pencil, and ink wash. He is also a very accomplished sculptor.

These colourful textiles are typical of textiles woven by the Csango. Art And Architecture, Hemp, Folk Art, Artwork, Textiles, Graphic Design, Vintage Linen, Bright Colors, Dna

csango textiles

These colourful textiles are typical of textiles woven by the Csango. The Csango are Hungarian speakers living in Eastern Romania. They have a strong folk culture and these are typical of their brightly coloured woven woollen textiles