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Hungarian Folk Art
Publisher: Corvina Press. Country: Hungary. Date: 1973-88.


Hungarian Peasant Costumes (Hungarian Folk Art/Corvina Press) (image)

Hungarian Peasant Costumes
by Alice Gáborján
translated by Mária Kresz; translation revised by Caroline Bodóczky]
[Budapest] : Corvina, 1988 (second revised edition)
(Hungarian Folk Art, 3).
Hardcover. 62 pages. 48 plates of plates (some in colour).
ISBN: 9631328325. ISBN/EAN: 9789631328325.


HUNGARIAN FOLK ART (CORVINA PRESS)
Series Note:
The Hungarian Folk Art series was published by the Corvina Press, Budapest, Hungary.

The Hungarian name of the book series was Magyar nepmuveszet and the publishing firm's name in Hungarian was Corvina Klado.

Beginning in 1983, the Corvina Press published a parallel series in the German language under the title Ungarische Volkskunst. Titles included: Ungarischer volkstumlicher Schmuck (Terezia Baloghne Horvath; Hannelore Schmor-Weichenhain).



Arranged alphabetically by author and title


1.
Hungarian Pottery
Gyorgy Domaovszky / Glenn Doman
1973

2.
Hungarian Folk Songs and Folk Instruments
Janos Manga
1988

3.
Hungarian Peasant Costumes
Alice Gaborjan
1988

4.
Hungarian Village Furniture
Klara Kiraly-Csillery; Paul Aston
1975

5.
Herdsmen's Art in Hungary
Janos Manga
1976

6.
Hungarian Folk Customs
Domotor Tekla ; Judith Elliott
1988

7.
Hungarian Folk Dances
Martin Gyorgy.
1988

8.
Peasant Embroidery on Linen and Hemp in Hungary
Edit Fel
1976

9.
The Art of the Hungarian Furriers
Maria Kresz
1979

10.
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11.
Hungarian Black Pottery
Jozsef Szabadfalvi
1986


Serial numbers not yet identified

Folk Art in Hungarian Cemeteries
Erno Kunt
1983

Hungarian Folk Jewelry
Terezia Baloghne Horvath; Hannelore Schmor-Weichenhain
1983

Old Hungarian Painted Woodwork, 15th-19th Centuries
Ilona R. Tombor
c. 1967


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