Carmen Sylva - Regina Elisabeta of Romania Gallery

Work is blessed and holy. Work is the road back again to Paradise Lost!
    Carmen Sylva, Queen of Roumania

It is odd, just when I was making that copy of the "Pieta" by Delacroix, I found where that canvas has gone. It belongs to a queen of Hungary, or of some other country thereabouts, who has written poems under the name of Carmen Sylva. The article mentioning her and the picture was by Pierre Loti, and he made you feel that this Carmen Sylva as a person was even more touching than what she wrote—and yet she wrote things like this: a childless woman is like a bell without a clapper—the sound of the bronze would perhaps be beautiful, but no one will ever hear it.
     Vincent van Gogh
     Letter to Theo,  Saint-Rémy, 19 September 1889 The Vincent van Gogh Gallery

  Carmen Sylva Gallery

  Queen Marie – Regina Maria of Romania
  Princess Ileana – Principesa of Romania

  Carmen Sylva, Queen of Roumania The Century Illustrated Monthly Magazine August 1884
  Mein Rhein! von Carmen Sylva book illustrations 1884
  Bucharest article by Carmen Sylva in Harper's Weekly February 1893
  The Great Balkan Intrigue Munsey's Magazine October 1895
  "Carmen Sylva" Roumania's Poet Queen The Cosmopolitan November 1888 – April 1889
  Peasant Life in Roumania article by Carmen Sylva in The Forum June 1889
  Steria's Revenge The Cosmopolitan September 1889
  Galaxy of People The Century Illustrated Monthly Magazine December 1890
  A Roumanian Romance The Illustrated American August 8, 1891
  Elizabeth, Queen of Roumania Illustrated London News September 1891
  Monsieur Hampelmann - The Story of Mr. Jumping Jack book by Carmen Sylva 1892
  How I Found My Home Home and Country Magazine December 1893
  The Witch's Castle English Illustrated Magazine 1894
  Legends from River and Mountain book by Carmen Sylva 1896
  Carmen Sylva's Doll-Show The Strand Magazine 1898
  Fidelity The Strand Magazine
  A Festival in Heaven Woman's Home Companion February 1901
  After the Concert Saturday Evening Post May 1901
  A Child of the Forest The Sunday Strand July-December 1901
  The Noble Thoughts of a Noble Queen The Black and White Budget November 1901
  The Romance of a Queen introduction from A Real Queen's Fairy Tales 1901
  Her Majesty the Queen of Roumania Royalties of the World 1902
  Puiu a story by Carmen Sylva in The Book of Beauty 1902
  The Summer Life of the Queen of Rumania The Century Illustrated Monthly Magazine May 1902
  My Reminiscences of War The North American Review October 1904
  How I Spent My Sixtieth Birthday book 1904
  Elisabeth, Queen of Roumania The Outlook October 1, 1904
  Does the Race of Man Love a Lord? $30,000 Bequest and Other Stories Mark Twain 1906
  Carmen Sylva, Queen of Roumania The Burr McIntosh Monthly April 1907
  My Kittens The Century Magazine August 1908
  A Tribute to Charles Dickens postcard poem 1909
  The Art of Tatting book with introduction by Carmen Sylva and pictures of her work 1910
  From Memory's Shrine book by Carmen Sylva 1911
  Queen Revives Art of Tatting The Illustrated World May 1911
  Carmen Sylva chapters from the book Carmen Sylva and Sketches from the Orient by Pierre Loti 1912
  The Princely House of Wied in the Balkan Peninsula World of Women January 1914
  "Carmen Sylva," Rumania's Dowager Queen, Favors Allies New York Times February 1915
  Carmen Sylva Dead at the Age of 72 New York Times 3 March 1916
  The Passing of "Carmen Sylva": The Poet-Queen's Funeral Illustrated London News 25 March 1916
  A Woman in the Balkans chapter from Mrs. Will Gordon's book 1918
  Roosevelt and Royalties Scribner's Magazine April 1920
  The Kingdom of Carmen Sylva The Mystic Club February 1937

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