Fraktur: A religious poem produced in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, 1785

Polish folk art

Bucks County, PA ~circa 1834

Pennsylvania Dutch Fraktur Tree of Life

Southeastern PA pocket-size fraktur drawing of bird perched on tulip, $1380...

Hex signs are a form of Pennsylvania Dutch folk art grown out of the fraktur and folk art traditions about 1850 when barns first started to be painted in the area. They are talismanic and decorative in nature.

Fraktur. Pennsylvania Dutch Folk Art.

Heinrich Seiler (dates unknown). Probably Lebanon or Dauphin County, Pennsylvania c. 1820. Watercolor and ink on paper.

Fraktur by unidentified artist, probably York County, Pennsylvania c. 1780, watercolor and ink on paper

Pennsylvania Dutch Folk Art Designs - Bing Images

Traditional Polish

example of Fraktur - elaborate 18th century and 19th century illuminated folk art drawings created by the Pennsylvania Dutch

A religious poem produced in Bucks County, PA in 1785

Fraktur bird -- Pennsylvania Dutch style of painting.

vorschrift. 1817.

Pennsylvania Dutch

Folk Art Abstract by Karla Gerard

An example from 1794, by Jacob Strickler from Page County, Virginia.

David Kulp (1777–1834) Bucks County, Pennsylvania, c. 1808. Watercolor and ink on paper 6 13/16 x 4 1/2 in. American Folk Art Museum

Watercolor Fraktur

Pennsylvania Dutch style couple