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 Georg August S. Hainbach  (19th century)

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Lived/Active: Pennsylvania      Known for: religion, animal, sketch artist, fraktur

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Georg August S. Hainbach
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Gift Drawing for Paul Feeg
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This biography from the Archives of AskART:
Georg August S. Hainbach (active 1876-1919) was a prolific itinerant fraktur artist who traveled throughout the countryside and created personalized frakturs for significant family events. His most common creations were Bible records, which are noted both for their penmanship and drawing. He was very fond of children and often made drawings for them free of charge. As noted in Papers for Birth Dayes: Guide to The Fraktur Artists And Scriveners (Russell D. and Corinne P. Earnest, [East Berlin, Pennsylvania, 1989], pp. 349-354), when Hainbach visited families whose children were sick, he would sketch pictures of their animals for them as 'sympathetic tokens.'

Over a thousand pages of Hainbach's notes have been discovered which will allow scholars to some day trace his activities. Included in many illustrations is Hainbach's personal trademark, a little bird in a tree.

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