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Anna's art: The fraktur art of Anna Weber, a Waterloo County Mennonite artist, 1814-1888 download epub

by Edgar Reginald Good


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Anna Weber (1814–1888) was a Canadian Mennonite Fraktur artist. She was the fifth of ten children born to Johannes Weber and Catherine Gehman. Though she was more widely known as Anna, she was also sometimes called "Nance" and she is recorded as "Nancy Weber" in "A Biographical History of Waterloo Region" by Ezra E. Eby.

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Anna's art: The fraktur art of Anna Weber, a Waterloo County Mennonite artist, 1814-1888.

See E. Reginald Good, Anna's art : the fraktur art of Anna Weber, a Waterloo County Mennonite artist, 1814-1888 (1976) for biographical information. 2. Fragment of fraktur birth record for Christian Reesor (1804-1826) (ca. 1820). From the Reesor family collection (Hist.

See E. Ontario Fraktur : a Pennsylvania-German folk tradition in early Canada (1977), p. 69. 3. Traditional motif (tulips, birds, heart) possibly by Abraham Latshaw (ca. From the Christian Eby collection (Hist.

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Anna Weber was a Canadian fraktur artist and needleworker

Anna Weber was a Canadian fraktur artist and needleworker. According to the Dictionary of Canadian Biography, Weber was "the most original and prolific of Ontario"s fraktur artists", which was particularly notable given the paucity of female fraktur artists.

R. Good, Anna’s art: the fraktur art of Anna Weber, a Waterloo County Mennonite artist, 1814–1888 (Kitchener, On. 1976). J. R. Harper, A people’s art: primitive, naïve, provincial, and folk painting in Canada (Toronto and Buffalo, . D. A. Shelley, The fraktur-writings or illuminated manuscripts of the Pennsylvania Germans (Allentown, P. 1961). Stoudt, Early Pennsylvania arts and crafts (New York and London, 1964). M. Bird, Ontario fraktur art: a decorative tradition in three Germanic settlements, OH, 68 (1976): 247–72.

Anna Weber, folk painter, fraktur artist (b in Earl Twp, Lancaster County, Pa 3 June 1814; d in Woolwich Twp, Waterloo County, Ont 12 Oct 1888). Weber immigrated to UC in 1825 and, following the death of her parents, moved from one Mennonite family to another until her own death. Anna Weber, folk painter, fraktur artist (b in Earl Twp, Lancaster County, Pa 3 June 1814; d in Woolwich Twp, Waterloo County, Ont 12 Oct 1888).

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Anna's art: The fraktur art of Anna Weber, a Waterloo County Mennonite artist, 1814-1888 download epub
Author: Edgar Reginald Good
ISBN: 0969063008
Category: No category
Language: English
Publisher: Pochauna Publications; First Edition edition (1976)
Pages: 48 pages