RMG1TF05–A Javanese woman peeling shallots in a market in Yogyakarta.
RMA0CMY2–Surinamese Javanese woman
RMA8F0D9–Indonesia Java Javanese woman making ketupat from coconut leaves
RMH4HTP6–Portrait of a Javanese woman in traditional clothing, Anonymous, 1880-1910, Indonesia
RMA0XFTP–Javanese woman Jogjakarta Java Indonesia Southeast Asia Asia
RF2HKB71J–Inspired by Seated woman, Studio portrait of a seated Javanese woman. Pasted-in photograph in the photo album titled: Faces of Java., Woodbury & Page, Celebes, 1860 - 1890, albumen print, height 95 mm × width 56 mm, Reimagined by Artotop. Classic art reinvented with a modern twist. Design of warm cheerful glowing of brightness and light ray radiance. Photography inspired by surrealism and futurism, embracing dynamic energy of modern technology, movement, speed and revolutionize culture
RMRTGACD–Javanese woman, 1920-30
RM2B011PG–Indonesia: Javanese woman posing in a sarong, photo by Kassian Cephas (1846-1912), late 19th century.
RME710J8–Borobudur, Java, Indonesia. Old Javanese Woman.
RF2B95R07–A Javanese woman in hijab with an incredible smile, that will melt your heart.
RF2EY7N1R–This 1840s illustration shows an upper class lady from Java. The Javanese people are an ethnic group native to the Indonesian island of Java. With approximately 100 million people, they form the largest ethnic group in Indonesia. They are predominantly located in the central to eastern parts of the island. Java is part of the area of the world known as Oceania. Oceania is a geographic region that includes Australasia, Melanesia, Micronesia and Polynesia. Spanning the Eastern and Western Hemispheres, Oceania has a land area of 8,525,989 square kilometers.
RMA5E110–Portrait of young Javanese woman in Muslim dress Yogyakarta Java Indonesia
RMDGNW6B–Javanese woman working on a batik product, Jogyakarta, Central Java, Indonesia, Southeast Asia, Asia
RFFX5XAC–A Javanese woman seller of jamu, traditional Indonesian medicine, which she makes herself from herbs.
RMP8ATFE–Javanese woman, O W 1904
RMRF75M5–Old Javanese woman. Draughtsman: Jan Brandes. Dating: 23-Jan-1779 - 26-Aug-1785. Place: Batavia. Measurements: h 277 mm × w 189 mm. Museum: Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam.
RMPBMA2Y–828 Javanese woman LCCN2004707822
RMKDGHTW–Javanese woman LCCN2004707822
RF2J52KDY–Javanese Woman Dancer Illustration with Silhouette Style
RMG1TF06–A Javanese woman peeling shallots in a market in Yogyakarta.
RMHYGD25–Sem Cephas Portrait of a Javanese woman 1900 National Gallery of Australia
RMH4JMKC–Studio Portrait of a couple, a Javanese woman and a European man, Woodbury & Page, 1890-1915
RFT479EJ–Indoor market with a local woman with a wicker basket sitting on a bench, sorting beans by hand. Borobudur Villaga, Java, Indonesia.
RF2HKBE6T–Inspired by Javanese, Groote Combéweg, Javanese woman with two girls sitting in the doorway of a wooden house on the Grote Combéweg in Paramaribo. Part of the photo album Souvenir de Voyage (part 2), about the life of the Doijer family in and around the plantation Ma Retraite in Suriname in the years, Reimagined by Artotop. Classic art reinvented with a modern twist. Design of warm cheerful glowing of brightness and light ray radiance. Photography inspired by surrealism and futurism, embracing dynamic energy of modern technology, movement, speed and revolutionize culture
RFT2KYYC–'Homme & Femme de l'Ile de Java'. Javanese man & woman. Indonesia 1750 print
RME710JD–Borobudur, Java, Indonesia. Old Javanese Woman and Headscarf.
RF2F2R2RM–Antique illustration of a Javanese woman with her child. Engraving published in Systematischer Bilder-Atlas zum Conversations-Lexikon, Ikonographische
RMB3Y3YJ–Woman performs a classical Javanese dance in traditional dress, Yogyakarta, Java, Indonesia
RFAE9122–Javanese woman wearing traditional Muslim jilbab in Java Indonesia Southeast Asia Model released image
RF2BW64AB–Flirting mature Indonesian Javanese woman pretends to cover her eyes with both hands and mocks the photographer.
RFFX5XAM–A Javanese woman seller of jamu, traditional Indonesian medicine, which she makes herself from herbs.
RMR5CECD–Indonesia, Java, Magelang, Javanese woman with pink umbrella at Borobudur Temple
RMKPJ82A–Muslim woman, 20 years old, serves tea and Javanese starters, Cadirejo Village, Magelang, Java, Indonesia
RMCYKWGT–Standing Young Female Eastern Javanese 14th -15th century Indonesia Java Bronze 23.5 cm
RM2F58B86–Javanese farmers working in the field. Eastern Java, Indonesia.
RFFWRF9C–javanese woman girl drawing create batikholding canting traditional indonesia clothes fabric textile
RM2F5HB8B–Javanese woman wearing an ornate headdress, seated. Woodbury & Page (British, active 1857 - 1908)
RMPPXA44–Javanese woman seated with legs crossed, basket at side; Woodbury & Page, British, active 1857 - 1908, about 1870; Albumen
RF2HN5FAP–Javanese woman from The living races of mankind : a popular illustrated account of the customs, habits, pursuits, feasts & ceremonies of the races of mankind throughout the world Volume 1 by Sir Harry Hamilton Johnston, Henry Neville Hutchinson, Richard Lydekker and Dr. A. H. Keane published London : Hutchinson & Co. 1902
RFM0TDN1–An older Javanese woman walks her bicycle across the street. Semarang, Java, Indonesia. The Railway Building is in the background.
RF2HW37N0–Art inspired by Column Surround with Pensive Woman, Eastern Javanese period, Majapahit kingdom, 14th–15th century, Indonesia (Java), Terracotta, H. 10 3/4 in. (27.3 cm), Sculpture, Ornamental roof tiles often decorated houses in the capital of the East Javanese kingdom of Majapahit, Classic works modernized by Artotop with a splash of modernity. Shapes, color and value, eye-catching visual impact on art. Emotions through freedom of artworks in a contemporary way. A timeless message pursuing a wildly creative new direction. Artists turning to the digital medium and creating the Artotop NFT
RMWKBCG4–Javanese woman sitting in room working with textiles at exhibit featuring foreign participants at the World's Columbian Exposition, Chicago, Illinois
RME710K0–Borobudur, Java, Indonesia. Elderly Rural Javanese Woman in Headscarf.
RMA385B7–A Javanese woman carry pots in Klaten Central farming region Java
RMT198HR–people, ethnicity, Asian nations II, 1: Batavian, 2: East Javanese, 3: woman from Bali, 4: Batta from Sumatra, 5: Dayak from Borneo, 6: Celebes, 7: Georgian, 8: Cherkessian, 9: Karbadinian, 10: Arab, 11: Jew, 12: Weddah, 13: Singhalese from Ceylon, 14: Hindu, 15: Persian, 16: Balochi, 17: Cossack, colour lithograph, colour plate, Meyers Konversations-Lexikon, 6th edition, volume 1, 1903, Batavian, Batavia, Jakarta, Balinese, Java, Dayaks, Indonesia, Georgian, Georgia, Circassians, Singhalese, Sri Lanka, India, Persia, Iran, Iranian, Iranians, Bal, Additional-Rights-Clearance-Info-Not-Available
RMAJ6E72–Javanese woman holdiing kerosene lamp while looking out window Yogyakarta Java Indonesia Model Released Image
RF2BW64AG–Flirting mature Indonesian Javanese woman pretends to cover her eyes with both hands and mocks the photographer.
RMFXH8AC–A Javanese woman seller of jamu, traditional Indonesian medicine, which she makes herself from herbs.
RMGMGEW8–House on the Rijswijk, Batavia (Jalan Veteran), by Ernest Alfred Hardouin, 1835-45, Dutch Colonial painting, oil on canvas. Built by Pieter Tency in 1796. In the foreground is a Javanese woman with pajong, an umbrella used as a distinctive sign for offici (BSLOC 2016 6 258)
RFKDR1KM–Indonesia, Java, Yogyakarta, Javanese woman selling gudeg on the street
RMMAKJRG–Studio portrait of a Javanese woman . between 1850 and 1900. Anonymous
RMKACCEJ–Sem Cephas Portrait of a Javanese woman 1900 National Gallery of Australia
RMARCP5C–Java Javanese rice paddy field harvest women ducks
RM2F58B92–Javanese farmers working in the field. Eastern Java, Indonesia.
RMB6N393–Javanese woman coloring a wayang kulit very carefully
RM2F5HGY2–Javanese woman seated with legs crossed, basket at side. Woodbury & Page (British, active 1857 - 1908)
RMPR0JJW–Javanese woman wearing an ornate headdress, seated; Woodbury & Page, British, active 1857 - 1908, 1870s; Albumen silver print
RM2HG5YEB–Sem Cephas - Portrait of a Javanese woman - 1900
RMR5CECP–Indonesia, Java, Magelang, Javanese Woman at Borobudur Temple
RF2GF68KA–Javanese woman perform on the stage in sanggar beach
RM2APRX2R–Journey to Suriname and the Netherlands Antilles A Javanese woman in Nickerie Date: 1947 Location: Nickerie, Suriname Keywords: Javanese, indigenous population, children, women
RME710KG–Borobudur, Java, Indonesia. Elderly Javanese Woman Sitting on her Front Porch.
RM2AYMJ7C–Studio portrait of a couple, a Javanese woman and a European man, Woodbury & Page, 1890 - 1915.jpg - 2AYMJ7C
RFAG9321–Javanese Muslim girl in Yogyakarta Java Indonesia Southeast Asia Model released image
RF2A405WX–Old Javanese market woman wears an Asian conical straw hat (caping).
RFFX5XB1–A Javanese woman seller of jamu, traditional Indonesian medicine, which she makes herself from herbs.
RMCAJ9XN–SOLO, CENTRAL JAVA, INDONESIA-JANUARY 13, 2008 A Javanese woman stands by her stall at Triwindu Market known for Solo's antique market. Solo or Surakarta is the centre of Javanese culture where it was the location of the great Mataram Empire before Yogyakarta was split off from it. Photo by Edy P
RMRJK08F–An engraving depicting Javanese girls weaving. Dated 19th century
RMMAKJRB–Studio portrait of a Javanese woman . between 1850 and 1900. Anonymous
RMKE8DJX–Javanese woman cleaning wax vessel for batik, Wanita di Indonesia p94 (Stoomvaart mij Nederland)
RFFWF19P–Javanese java woman traditional dance performance move Indonesia culture
RM2F58A0M–The vibrant and colorful market in Banyuwangi, East Java, Indonesia.
RMCWFENY–Four women dancers in Javanese Village, full-length portrait, standing, in costume, Paris Exposition, 1889
RM2F26MNR–Vrouw met kind en spijsdeksel.Javanese woman with child and on her head a lifting lid to cover food with food
RMW56R19–Woman with child and food lid, Javanese woman with child and a food lid on her head to cover food, Asiatic races and peoples, Java, anonymous, Netherlands (possibly), c. 1675 - c. 1725, paper, watercolor (paint), h 320 mm × w 200 mm
RM2C5KTYR–Manufacture of batik in Java in 1915.
RM2GMXAW5–Column Surround with Pensive Woman. Period: Eastern Javanese period, Majapahit kingdom; Date: 14th-15th century; Culture: Indonesia (Java); Medium:
RF2GF678K–Javanese woman perform on the stage in sanggar beach
RM2AR4KK6–Journey to Suriname and the Netherlands Antilles A Javanese woman sprays cultivators on a nursery in Suriname Date: 1947 Location: Suriname Keywords: nurseries
RME6TFYW–Yogyakarta, Java, Indonesia. Woman Playing Xylophone.
RM2AYMJ7R–Studio portrait of a family consisting of a Dutch man, a Javanese woman and a baby, Woodbury & Page, 1890 - 1915.jpg - 2AYMJ7R
RMAG9323–Javanese Muslim girl in Yogyakarta Java Indonesia Southeast Asia Model released image
RM2JFBCHP–Woman from Indonesia in traditional kitchen.
RMFXH8AD–A Javanese woman seller of jamu, traditional Indonesian medicine, which she makes herself from herbs.
RMCAJ9XG–SOLO, CENTRAL JAVA, INDONESIA-JANUARY 13, 2008 A Javanese woman sweeps near her stall at Triwindu Market known for Solo's antique market. Solo or Surakarta is the centre of Javanese culture where it was the location of the great Mataram Empire before Yogyakarta was split off from it. Photo by Edy
RMD21WRW–A young woman in traditional dress poses before joining a Harvest Festival parade in the village of Tumpang, Java, Indonesia
RMPA50KX–139 Javanese woman cleaning wax vessel for batik, Wanita di Indonesia p94 (Stoomvaart mij Nederland)
RFFJ20D4–Woman selling meat in a street of Yogyakarta Indonesia
RMDXG5E1–Indonesia, Java, Solo, Female artisanal worker applying hot wax patterns on cloth using a wax pen or so called canting
RM2F58A0R–The vibrant and colorful market in Banyuwangi, East Java, Indonesia.
RMRCTMH0–Six Javanese women, two in native dress, four in costume, full-length portrait, seated in front of Javanese dwelling, Paris Exposition, 1889
RFRANK17–Portrait of a Javanese woman in traditional clothing, Anonymous, 1880-1910, Indonesia. Reimagined by Gibon. Classic reimagined
RMW58B71–House on the Rijswijk, Batavia (Jalan Veteran), The House on Rijswijk (Djalan Veteran) in Batavia, built by Pieter Tency in 1796. In the foreground a Javanese woman with pajong, a house boy, an Arab with servant, a horse boy with a horse, a watch commander and four soldiers, Batavia, Rijswijk, Du Bus de Gesignies, Ernest Alfred Hardouin, 1835 - 1845, oil paint (paint), linen (material), h 57.5 cm × w 75.0 cm d 10.5 cm
RMG2NHWD–Poster for the Indian Exhibition 25-28 May, 1922, Scheveningen Kurhaus; Holland. Shows a Javanese a Dutch and a Suriname woman together
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