European Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Mar 4 1968, Page 16

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European Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - March 4, 1968, Darmstadt, HessePage 16 the stars and stripes tree decorated with carved Birds and Small wooden shoes is by wooden Shoemaker Louis Touzet. Is photos by Guenter Schuettler Stone Jug tops made by Jean Talbot in 1800s portray French farm folks. Both Are finished with a yellow Glaze. On Eracli Idit in o from in recent years there has been a revival of interest in Folk Art. Simple artefacts ornaments utensils and furnishings formerly used in the everyday life of people from Mexico to Sweden Are being reexamined by modern Man and found Rich in design imagination style and often humor. The Folk Art from the province of Berry the heart of France is no exception. An exhibit including such works will be shown at the stad museum City museum in Munich from March 23 to May 12. For the most part the exhibit centers on subjects from life workers peasants and thus gives us a Good idea of How the people of the times probably lived. Though Many of the districts of Berry Are separately famous for wine for chateaus for Good Hunting the area As a whole is Little known outside of France itself. But from this rolling land dotted with castles and churches and Rich in the materials of architects and sculptures come particularly gifted Ceramic its and woodcutters. Some of them such As the Talbot family passed their skills from generation to generation. Mary Neth tap bottle from 1 860 by Jean Talbot is of Stone. Jean Talbot used a Soldier from 1800s As Model for Jug above f bottles left by Marie Louise Talbot and Valentine Cameron Are from 1900s

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