File id4667 - 10 Costumbrismos illustrations

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10 Costumbrismos illustrations


  • ca. 1848 (Creation)


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Costumbrismos are literary and artistic depictions of the peoples in South America during the nineteenth century. Costumbrismas, such as Peruvian Pancho Fierro and French diplomat Léonce Angrand, illustrated costumes and culture of various ethnic stereotypes in pencil and watercolor that were used in travellers’ books and albums.

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