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Carlo Pietzner


Carlo Pietzner (1915-1986) was born in Vienna. As an art student, he was introduced to anthroposophy and Dr. Karl König, founder of the international Camphill movement for children and adults in need of special care, which led Pietzner to help further the work of Camphill in Northern Ireland and the U.S. His artistic efforts have ranged from stained glass murals and paintings to novels, and drama. He served the Anthroposophical Society in America and was known internationally for his many lectures and his consulting work.

Author's Books

The Collected Works of Rudolf Steiner Series 217

Becoming the Archangel Michael's Companions

Rudolf Steiner's Challenge to the Younger Generation (CW 217)

Rudolf Steiner
Introduction by Christopher Bamford
Translated by René M. Querido
Preface by Carlo Pietzner

The First Three Years of the Child

Walking, Speaking, Thinking

Paul Marshall Allen
Introduction by Carlo Pietzner
Contributions by Rudolf Steiner and Ita Wegman