19th CenturyAntique PrintsCostume

Austro-Hungarian Costumes – Peasant Woman

Picturesque Figures from the Austro-Hungarian Empire

 Wonderful original 1813 hand-colored aquatint engraving from William Alexander’s “Picturesque representations of the dress and manners of the Austrians” published by Howlett and Brimmer in London.
The print is nicely matted and ready to frame.

Plate 38

There is an annotation – Hanakin – written in pencil at the bottom. We are not certain of the meaning.

Dimensions: Around 16 X 12 cm ( 5 X 6.5 inches)
Condition: Very good. Light browing around the edges. Slightly rough edges. Enlarge photos for full details.