Certificate

Fraktur certificate

Canadian Museum of Civilization
c. 1810
Paper
76-481
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page

Leaf from a notebook with a heart and flowers.

Canadian Museum of Civilization
19th Century
Watercolour on paper
79-1578
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Picutre

Picture-horse

Anna Nance Weber
Canadian Museum of Civilization
c. 1881
Watercolour on paper
78-266
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Rooster

Rooster

Collins Eisenhauer
Canadian Museum of Civilization
c. 1975
Wood, Metal
77-385
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Rooster

Rooster

David Horst
Canadian Museum of Civilization
1930 - 1939
Wood, Metal
78-586
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Learning Objectives

The learner will:
  • Identify some Canadian German folk art symbols on paper and decorative objects
  • Describe variation in colours and design used to create those symbols
  • Relate folk art on Canadian German objects to symbolic meaning
  • Relate historic Canadian German objects and folk art to their own experiences
  • Recognize the continuity of symbolism in historic and contemporary visual arts

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