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Julius Schramm was one of pre-war Germany s great artist-blacksmiths who not only let his art speak for his ideals, but who shared his ideals out of concern for the craft. For two years Francis Whitaker was an apprentice in Schramm's shop and was later responsible for having this fascinating story translated and published. Whitaker also reviewed the final translations and provided a foreword for this edition. Translated by Robert A. Ruhloff, he says, "Schramm's words in The Artist-Blacksmith's Craft speak to blacksmiths today with just as much importance as they did when he wrote them, at the age of seventy. This is a book for those who seek to understand a man of ideals and ideas, from whom we all can learn.
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Julius Schramm was one of, pre-war WWII, Germany's greatest artist-blacksmiths. There are two books in this hard cover edition, "The Artist-Blacksmith's Craft" and "My life as an Artist-Blacksmith" in which Schramm describes his life and his work as a master blacksmith. Along with this book a small booklet is included simply called, "Julius Schramm."
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Book Description SkipJack Press, 2012. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1879535262
Book Description Skipjack Pr, 2012. Paperback. Condition: Brand New. 64 pages. 9.60x0.30x6.25 inches. In Stock. Seller Inventory # 1879535262