Collection by Marija Vekic

Marija Vekic
Floral on Floral! Folk Costume & Embroidery: Costume of Kalocsa, Bács-Kiskun county, Hungary Costumes Around The World, Art Populaire, Folk Clothing, Hungarian Embroidery, Folk Dance, Folk Costume, My Heritage, Textile Patterns, Textiles


aimosfairio-deactivated20130715: “ Women in flowery traditional costume from Kalocsa, Bács-Kiskun country, Hungary ”

Kolsca folk art painting done on the car. Hungarian Embroidery, Folk Costume, My People, Artist At Work, Lovers Art, Decoration, Culture, Painting, Advanced Style

Kalocsai-mintásra festette autóját

Szántód - 72 óra alatt készült el kalocsai-mintás autójával Szabó Éva.

Old painted cottage in Poland - jigsaw puzzle pieces) Village House Design, Village Houses, Sushi Bar, Grill Bar, Storybook Homes, Polish Folk Art, Fairytale Cottage, Painting Competition, Painted Cottage

This Polish Village Has Been Covered in Flower Paintings Since the 19th Century, and the Result Today is Breathtaking

From its schools to Its churches, this village is completely covered in art.

Hungarian hand made Smile Pictures, Hungarian Embroidery, 50 And Fabulous, Advanced Style, Young At Heart, My Heritage, Female Images, Beautiful Smile, Historical Clothing

Éva néni virágmintás motorja | szmo.hu

Szabó Éva, a kézművesség mestere 1972 óta motorozik. Ezt a két szenvedélyét ötvözte, amikor számtalan ruha után motorját is kalocsai mintákkal díszítette fel.

FolkCostume&Embroidery: Costume of Kalocsa, Bács-Kiskun county, Hungary Chain Stitch Embroidery, Embroidery Stitches, Embroidery Patterns, Hungarian Embroidery, Folk Embroidery, Stitch Head, Embroidery Online, Culture, Braided Line

Costume of Kalocsa, Bács-Kiskun county, Hungary

Hello all, Today i wish to introduce a costume from a new country, Hungary. The Hungarians arrived in their present homeland in 895 AD. They split from their closest known relatives, the Khanty and the Mansi somewhere around the Urals. They themselves have a legend about following a mystic White Stag to the land which they now occupy in fulfillment of a promise made by their gods. They call themselves Magyar, but are referred to as Hungarians in other languages because they were considered…