This publication is a comprehensive guide written to accompany Winterthur Museum's 2015 exhibition, A Colorful Folk: Pennsylvania Germans and the Art of Everyday Life. It explores the unique world of the Pennsylvania Germans during the late 18th century and the 19th century and their colorful folk art, including rare decorated manuscripts known as fraktur, dazzling textiles, painted furniture, intricate metalwork, and whimsical pottery.
• Written by Lisa Minardi, Assistant Curator at Winterthur Museum, Garden, & Library
• Color Illustrations
• Paperback, 70 Pages
• Measurements: 8.5" Width x 11" Height