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Kwiaty w wazonie by Zygmund Landau

View Kwiaty w wazonie by Zygmunt Landau on artnet. Browse upcoming and past auction lots by Zygmunt Landau.

Matyó embroidery. The folk art of the Roman Catholic Matyó community in and around the town of Mezőkövesd in north-eastern Hungary is characterized by floral motifs that are found in flat-stitch embroidery and ornamented objects. Read more: http://www.unesco.org/culture/ich/RL/00633

The folk art of the Roman Catholic Matyo community in and around the town of Mezokovesd in north-eastern Hungary

Decorative solid wood lacquer painted wall plate done in the classic Ukrainian "Petrykivka" art style. The art of Petrykivka is a stylized form of painting floral and plant motives from Eastern Europe (~18th century). In 2013, Petrykivka has been recogniz…

Decorative solid wood lacquer painted wall plate done in the classic Ukrainian "Petrykivka" art style. The art of Petrykivka is a stylized form of painting floral and plant motives from Eastern Europe century).

East Europe Series~Russia by XXXofsummer.deviantart.com on @deviantART - Sixth in a series showing the Eastern European Hetalia characters in Art Nouveau style: Ivan.

East Europe Series~Russia by XXXofsummer. on - Sixth in a series showing the Eastern European Hetalia characters in Art Nouveau style: Ivan.

Composition florale by Isaac Pailes ~ these are examples of the artist's mature later work in an abstract style   (Other paintings are on my board 'art of flowers ~ Eastern Europe')

Composition florale by Isaac Pailes ~ these are examples of the artist's mature later work in an abstract style (Other paintings are on my board 'art of flowers ~ Eastern Europe')

Resurrecting the Incredible Flower Crowns of Old Ukrainian Wedding Photos | Atlas Obscura

Resurrecting the Incredible Flower Crowns of Old Ukrainian Wedding Photos

traditional-ukrainian-flower-crowns Ukrainian Women Bring Back Traditional Floral Crowns / Headdress To Show National Pride ~ In Rainbows ~ Flowers in her hair

“Hügelkultur” is a German word meaning “hill culture,” or “mound culture.” A hügelkultur mound consists of a raised plant bed built up over decaying wood and other compostable materials. A practice that has been used for generations by German and Eastern European peoples, it is now getting some serious attention from permaculture aficionados for its excellent results.

Take a minute to learn about a Hugelkultur--a German tradition of creating a raised plant bed using decaying wood and compostable materials. An amazing process with benefits that are endless.us/BcNd

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