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Käthe Kollwitz
Printmaker & social activist

Käthe Kollwitz, The Artists
Portrait of Käthe Kollwitz

Käthe Kollwitz was a German Female Artist born on July 8, 1867. Kollwitz contributed to the Expressionist movement and died on April 22, 1945.

Self-Portrait, turned slightly to the left, Käthe Kollwitz

Self-Portrait, turned slightly to the left 1893

Pregnant Woman with Folded Hands, Käthe Kollwitz

Pregnant Woman with Folded Hands 1898 – 1899

Peasant War print 5: Outbreak, Käthe Kollwitz

Peasant War print 5: Outbreak 1903

Working Woman with Blue Shawl, Käthe Kollwitz

Working Woman with Blue Shawl 1903

Peasant War print 3: Whetting the Scythe, Käthe Kollwitz

Peasant War print 3: Whetting the Scythe 1905

Peasant War print 4: Seizing Weapons, Käthe Kollwitz

Peasant War print 4: Seizing Weapons 1906

Peasant War print 6: Battlefield, Käthe Kollwitz

Peasant War print 6: Battlefield 1907

Peasant War print 1: The Tiller, Käthe Kollwitz

Peasant War print 1: The Tiller 1907

Peasant War print 2: Raped, Käthe Kollwitz

Peasant War print 2: Raped 1907 – 1908

Peasant War print 7: The Prisoners, Käthe Kollwitz

Peasant War print 7: The Prisoners 1908

In Memoriam Karl Liebknecht, Käthe Kollwitz

In Memoriam Karl Liebknecht 1920

Diary and Letters of Kaethe Kollwitz 1989

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