6 edition of Pennsylvania Dutch American folk art found in the catalog.
Pennsylvania Dutch American folk art
Henry J. Kauffman
Includes bibliographical references (p.145-146).
|LC Classifications||NK835.P4 K3 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||146 p. :|
|Number of Pages||146|
|LC Control Number||93231744|
The Pennsylvania Dutch (also called Pennsylvania Germans or Pennsylvania Deutsch) are descendants of early German immigrants to Pennsylvania. They are made up of a range of religious groups including Amish, Mennonite-Lutheran, German Reformed, Moravian, and groups share some beliefs—many revolving around a conservative life—while differing in : Karrie Gavin. My first Pennsylvania Dutch folk art inspired chair project. I layered my contrasting colors with the opaque folk art paint to build decorative detail. The paint was forgiving, to some extent, in that I could cover over pencil strokes or smooth my strokes with a touch of an adjacent color.
The Pennsylvania Dutch maintained numerous religious affiliations, with the greatest number being Lutheran or German Reformed, but also with many Anabaptists, including Mennonites, Amish, and Anabaptist religions promoted a simple life-style, and their adherents were known as Plain people or Plain Dutch. This was in contrast to the Fancy Dutch, who tended to assimilate more easily. The Pennsylvania Dutch country may be said to have been "discovered" by collectors in the s and s. These unique people, with their old-world customs and colorful folk art, have created in America an authentic genre, with a flavor much in vogue among .
Book Review: Pennsylvania Dutch American Folk Art. By Henry Kauffman. PDF John Joseph Stoudt. Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Book Review: Tributes to William Penn: A Tercentenary Record Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. PDF Thomas Robson Hay. Book Review: War Years with Jeb Stuart. All are iconic Pennsylvania Dutch fare, according to William Woys Weaver, author of a new tome on Pennsylvania Dutch food, As American As Shoofly Pie. The book.
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Pennsylvania Dutch American Folk Art Paperback – June 1, by Henry J. Kauffman (Author)Cited by: 2. Pennsylvania Dutch American Folk Art Paperback – January 1, by Henry J. Kauffman (Author)4/5(1). Powwow, also called Brauche or Braucherei in Deitsch, is a vernacular system of North American traditional medicine and folk magic originating in the culture of the Pennsylvania ng aspects of folk religion with healing charms, "powwowing" includes a wide range of healing rituals used primarily for treating ailments in humans and livestock, as well as securing physical and spiritual.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Kauffman, Henry J., Pennsylvania Dutch American folk art. New York, London, American Studio Books .
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Pennsylvania German art is a distinctive folk style transplanted by European immigrants who settled in southeastern Pennsylvania. Characterized by the bold use of color and motifs that emphasize birds, flowers, and elaborate decoration, Pennsylvania German art was nurtured on the isolated farms where those settlers made their homes.
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The author, a member of the Pennsylvania Dutch community, describes in detail the practices, culture and history of faith healers and witches. About the Author(s) Richard L.T. Orth is interim director of the American Folklife Institute. Shop for pennsylvania dutch art from the world's greatest living artists.
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In this volume of the Sources of American Spirituality series, we are confronted with two terms that share a certain lack of definition. "Folk" is a term that has come to us via the relatively young field of folklife studies. Some, like Don Yoder, have attempted to lay out clearly the perimeters of meaning for "folklife" by linking it with its European predecessor, regional ethnology.
The Pennsylvania Germans have long been renowned for their tremendously diverse, colorful, and often whimsical folk art (Fig. Also known as the Pennsylvania Dutch, they descend from the approximat German-speaking people who had immigrated to Pennsylvania by and who made up about 40 percent of the population in the southeastern part of the state by Author: Lisa Minardi.
The Historian: Fraktur, the folk art of the Pennsylvania Dutch Posted on Febru by visitpadutchcountry → The Historian: Fraktur, the folk art of the Pa.
Germans – “Made in Pennsylvania: A Folk Art Tradition,” a comprehensive exhibition organized by the Westmoreland Museum of American Art, explores the folk art of the western regions of the state and examines the similarities and differences, county by county, of the wares produced there from the mid-Eighteenth to the late Nineteenth Century.
The stylized tulip with its three petals is a dominate feature in Pennsylvania Dutch folk art. It is referred to as the Trinity Tulip and it symbolizes the Trinity as well as faith, hope and charity. The heart in this sign (as well as other Pennsylvania German folk art) is not the heart of sentimental "Victorian" valentines.
Margaret's original art fits 7' to 8' blocks. All of her designs may be enlarged to fit up to 12' blocks, making the book very versatile.
Paying homage in part to Pennsylvania Dutch design, the book will serve as a pattern resource for years to come for appliquérs of all skill levels. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Adams, Ruth Constance, Pennsylvania Dutch art. Cleveland, World Pub.  (OCoLC). While at Millersville, and later in his retirement, he would publish over journal articles and more than 20 books on folk art, metalworking and rifle making.
His most prominent works were The Pennsylvania-Kentucky Rifle and Pennsylvania Dutch American Folk Art. Henry J. Kauffman died on at the age of Known in Pennsylvania Dutch as Brauche or Braucherei, the folk-healing practice of powwowing was thought to draw upon the power of God to heal all manner of physical and spiritual ills.
Yet some people believed—and still believe today—that this power to heal came not from God, but from the devil. Controversy over powwowing came to a climax in with the York Hex Murder Trial, in which Author: David W.
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