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Embroidery is perhaps the finest expression of Greek folk art and is of particular artistic interest. The product of the assimilation of the influences from both east and west that left their mark on all aspects of 18th and 19th century Greek artistic practice, Greek folk embroidery went on to create a decorative quality all its own.

Embroidery is perhaps the finest expression of Greek folk art and is of particular artistic interest. The product of the assimilation of the influences from both east and west that left their mark on all aspects of 18th and 19th century Greek artistic practice, Greek folk embroidery went on to create a decorative quality all its own.

Greek embroidery 79 x 48 cm / 31.1'' x 18.8''

Greek embroidery 79 x 48 cm / 31.1'' x 18.8''

Gallery.ru / Фото #132 - Greek embroidery - GWD

Gallery.ru / Фото #132 - Greek embroidery - GWD

Fragment - 18th century - Greek Islands - possibly Cyclades or Patmos

Fragment - 18th century - Greek Islands - possibly Cyclades or Patmos

Greek - 19th-c velvet kondogouni (a kind of vest) with gold thread embroidery: floral patterns birds and a double - headed eagle. From Corfu Island in the Ionian Islands.) #benakimuseum

Greek - 19th-c velvet kondogouni (a kind of vest) with gold thread embroidery: floral patterns birds and a double - headed eagle. From Corfu Island in the Ionian Islands.) #benakimuseum

LATE 18th CENTURY GREEK SILK EMBROIDERY FROM SKYROS

LATE 18th CENTURY GREEK SILK EMBROIDERY FROM SKYROS

Gallery.ru / Фото #97 - Greek embroidery - GWD

Gallery.ru / Фото #97 - Greek embroidery - GWD

The underapron, the mesa podia is made of silk. Over this is worn the podia; on festive occasions by those who can afford one. It is covered with elaborate cord embroidery. This type of apron is not found in any other Greek costume. But see this Vlach costume from Sqepur in Albania. This might give some insight into the origin of the Karagouni of Thessaly, Greece

The underapron, the mesa podia is made of silk. Over this is worn the podia; on festive occasions by those who can afford one. It is covered with elaborate cord embroidery. This type of apron is not found in any other Greek costume. But see this Vlach costume from Sqepur in Albania. This might give some insight into the origin of the Karagouni of Thessaly, Greece

Detail of terzidikos (gold tailored) embroidery at the sleeve

Detail of terzidikos (gold tailored) embroidery at the sleeve

Traditional embroidery designs from the island of Crete Greece Stock Photo

Traditional embroidery designs from the island of Crete Greece Stock Photo


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Fragment - 18th century - Greek Islands - possibly Cyclades or Patmos

Fragment - 18th century - Greek Islands - possibly Cyclades or Patmos

LATE 18th CENTURY GREEK SILK EMBROIDERY FROM SKYROS

LATE 18th CENTURY GREEK SILK EMBROIDERY FROM SKYROS

Gallery.ru / Фото #97 - Greek embroidery - GWD

Gallery.ru / Фото #97 - Greek embroidery - GWD

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Gallery.ru / Фото #132 - Greek embroidery - GWD

Gallery.ru / Фото #132 - Greek embroidery - GWD

Crete Embroidery, 18th CenturyA fragment from a Cretan skirt border with some motifs derived from Italian renaissance art and others from Byzantine art. Mostly embroidered in feather stitch.

Crete Embroidery, 18th CenturyA fragment from a Cretan skirt border with some motifs derived from Italian renaissance art and others from Byzantine art. Mostly embroidered in feather stitch.

Traditional Cretan embroidery.

Traditional Cretan embroidery.

Greek Embroidery

Greek Embroidery

Crete Embroidery, Crete, Greek Islands, 18th C.

Crete Embroidery, Crete, Greek Islands, 18th C.

embroidery, Macedonia

embroidery, Macedonia

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