Kathe Kollwitz, Hunger
Käthe Kollwitz ~ Self-Portrait, 1921 (etching) Kollwitz's work is about the human condition and the tragedy of war. Her dark and pained artwork conveys an atmosphere that could lend itself well to a student who wanted to look at addiction.
Käthe Kollwitz (8 July 1867 – 22 April 1945) was a German painter, printmaker, and sculptor
Kathe Kollwitz’s ‘Grieving Parents’ at Vladslo: ‘Seed Corn Must Not Be Ground’
My favorite artist is Kathe Kollowitz, a print maker. I first saw this piece years ago. It is simply titled "Death Calling"... the only piece of art that has made me cry
Kathe Kollwitz, Sitting woman with crossed arms, 1904 Can't think of a single way to make this better. I adore Kathe Kollwitz.
Kathe Kollowitz : self portrait 1898
blackpaint20: Death and Woman (Self-Portrait) Tod und Frau by Kathe Kollwitz 1910
by kathe kollwitz/ "the most precious jewels you will ever have around your neck are the arms of your children." love.