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Czar Zabawek Krakowskich - The Charm of Krakow Toys Folk Painting in Poland (Obrazy ludowe) Ginace Zawody W Polsce - Dying Professions in Poland
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Exceptional documentation of the early hand-carved and hand-made wooden toys from the royal capital city of Krakow.  Over one hundred examples of toys from late 19th century to the year 1939, showing the marvels solds at Krakow fairs. Folk Painting in Poland (Obrazy ludowe) Once Poland shrugged off the yolk of communism and embraced capitalism a profound change in the work place started to occur.  Government support for the folk arts began to dwindle. The crafts that flourished in the countryside have fallen on hard times.
by Malgorzata Oleszkiewicz, photos by Jacek Kubiena by Aleksander Jackowski by Adam Skuza
Hives and Apiaries in Poland - Ule I Pasieki w Polsce In the Borderland of Cultures - Wooden Sacral Architecture of the Podkarpacie Region In the Borderland of Cultures - Wooden Sacral Architecture of the Podkarpacie Region (Souvenir book)
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A beautiful and informative photographic album about beekeeping in Poland. A monumental work covering the 1000 year old history of Polish apiculture. This album includes current and historical photographs mostly in full color. In the Borderland of Cultures - Wooden Sacral Architecture of the Podkarpacie Region In the Borderland of Cultures - Wooden Sacral Architecture of the Podkarpacie Region (Souvenir book)
text by Maciej Rysiewicz, photography by Jerzy Zak Color photographs by Tadeusz Budzinski Color photographs by Tadeusz Budzinski
Kolorowy Swiat Eweliny Peksowej - The Colorful World of Ewelina Peksowej Making Mobiles: Creating Beautiful Polish Pajaki from Natural Materials Nikifor
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This album is dedicated to the first lady of Polish painting on glass, Evelina Peksowej.  A native of Zakopane, she is credited with the revival of this art form starting in 1968.  This is her story and the pictures of her most famous works. Polish artist Karolina Merska's richly ornamented, reimagined pajaki mobiles have caught the attention of design shows and interiors magazines across the world. Pajaki literally means "spiders of straw," and using simple materials such as rye straw, dried This album presents the work of Nikifor Krynicki, the famous Lemko primitive painter. Nikifor is one of the most fascinating personalities in 20th Century European Art. Born and bred in extreme poverty, towards the end of his life he was accorded the hono
by Zbigniew Swiech and photographs by Jacek Kubiena By Karolina Merska Commentary by Zbigniew Wolanin, and an introduction by Andrzej Oseka
Nikifor - Malarstwo/Painting No Fear Of Bees - Nie bˇjmy się pszczˇł Olbinski - Malarstwo/Painting
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This mini album presents the work of Nikifor Krynicki, the famous Lemko primitive painter. Nikifor is one of the most fascinating personalities in 20th Century European Art. Born and bred in extreme poverty, towards the end of his life he was accorded The album - richly illustrated with beautiful photos - is addressed to a wide audience. It brings closer the phenomenon of the world of insects, in which bees have a special place. They appeared on Earth about 200 million years ago, and have accompanied This new bilingual (Polish and English) mini-album from the "Painting" series presents the work of one of the most famous surrealist artists in the world - Rafal Olbiński.
Text By Zbigniew Wolanin
By Heinrich Gritsch Text By Richard Burgin
Polish Folk Art Lowicz - Polska Sztuka Ludowa Lowicz Polski Haft Ludowy - Polish Folk Embroidery - Polish Language Edition Polskie instrumenty ludowe - Polish Folk Instruments
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A beautiful full color album presenting the folk art of the area known as the Duchy of Lowicz. It contains 230 illustrations with text in English and Polish. Includes pictures of wycinanki (paper cut-outs) regional costumes, religious customs, wood carvin Polski Haft Ludowy - Polish Folk Embroidery As he writes in his review of prof. Zbigniew Przerembski "The importance of folk musical instruments for the cultural tradition of our country can not be overestimated". This is the first on the Polish market for this type of work.
by Lech Majewski and Janusz Pulnar by Jadwiga Turska
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Polskie Obrzedy i zwyczaje - Doroczne - Polish Customs and Rituals - Annual Cycle Polskie Stroje Ludowe Vol 1 - Polish Folk Costumes Polskie Tradycje i Obyczaje Rodzinne- Polish Family Traditions And Customs
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This is the second album in a series of Polish language albums dedicated to the preservation of Polish customs, crafts and history.  The album follows the four seasons, Winter, Spring, Summer and Fall and details all Polish customs in detail. This book is a detailed examination of the folk costumes from 25 regions in Poland and the first in a series dedicated to the preservation of Polish customs, crafts and history. The book is highly detailed with color photos and drawings of all of the cost From cradle to grave this highly illustrated work details the history of Polish family traditions and customs.  Polish language edition only.
By Barbara Ogrodowska by Elzbieta Piskorz-Branekova by Dr. Barbara Ogrodowska
Stroje Krakowskie - Krakow Regional Costumes The Art of the Russian Matryoshka
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The Krakow festive costumes are considered to be the best-known of Polish folk costumes. Their fabrics, cut, colour, and adornments, changed repeatedly, reaching the greatest differentiation in the final stage of development at the beginning of the 20th c This is the most comprehensive book ever written on the dolls that have become the symbol of Russian folk culture, if not Russia itself.  
The first Russian matryoshka was made in 1899 in Sergiev Posad, a small monastery village.
by Barbara Kozuch and Elzbieta Pobiegly with photos by Jacek Kubiena By Rett Ertl And Rick Hibberd
   
 
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