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Romany Soup: The photos of Vladimir Clavijo Telepnev

One of the Russian traditional costumes: kokoshnik (the headdress) with a lace veil. Kokoshnik is made of beads and pearls. Very qualified modern work according to the fashion of the early century. Photograph by Vladimir Klavikho-Telepnyov.

unknown artist. portrait of a merchant`s wife with blue scarf in traditional Russian attire of Tver province. 1840s

portrait of a merchant`s wife with blue scarf in traditional Russian attire of Tver province.

Карелин А.О., Портрет Чудновской, 1880-1890- е гг.,  Фото из книги: "Андрей Карелин. Портрет в интерьере", изд. Гос. Исторического музея

Mme Chudnovskaya in Russian costume; photo by Andrey Karelin, –

Девушка в русском наряде на фоне пейзажа, Барбье П. (?) Музей им. В.А. Тропинина

Девушка в русском наряде на фоне пейзажа, Барбье П. (?) Музей им. В.А. Тропинина

Princess Ariadne Gedeonova, the winner of "Miss Russia" Beauty Contest, wearing a Russian costume and a kokoshnik. Paris, France, 1936.

Princess Ariadne Gedeonova, the winner of "Miss Russia" Beauty Contest, wearing a Russian costume and a kokoshnik.

Алексей Гаврилович Венецианов (1780 - 1847) «Портрет М.А. Венециановой в русском наряде»

"Portrait of Marfa Venetsianova in Russian Dress" by Alexey Venetsianov

Catherine II of Russia by Nikolai Argunov,1780

Catherine II (Catherine the Great) in the Russian national costume, by anonymous artist (after) Stefano Torelli .

Anna Pavlova and Michael Mordkin performing the Russian Dance (1909). Foulsham & Banfield. Published by Rotary Photographic Co Ltd. National Portrait Gallery.  Mordkin joined Diaghilev for the 1909 Paris season as a leading dancer, ranking above Nijinsky. On the opening night of Ballets Russes in Paris, Mordkin danced the leading role in Michael Fokine’s Le Pavillon d'Armide. After the first season, he remained in Paris to dance with Anna Pavlova going on to form his own company, All Star…

“Anna Pavlova and Michael Mordkin performing the Russian Dance Foulsham & Banfield. Published by Rotary Photographic Co Ltd. Mordkin joined Diaghilev for the 1909 Paris season as a leading dancer, ranking.

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Kostroma "collection", embroidered with pearls, a pearl podnizyu. Moscow, the House-Museum of Stanislavsky.

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