by kathe kollwitz/ "the most precious jewels you will ever have around your neck are the arms of your children." love.
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.
Kathe Kollwitz (artist)1927. "It is my duty to voice the suffering of men, the never-ending sufferings heaped mountain-high."
Kathe Kollowitz : self portrait 1898
Kathe Kollwitz, “Conspiracy" etching
Kathe Kollwitz - Hunger, 1923
Kathe Kollwitz in Berlin: the moral conscience of Germany
Käthe Kollwitz, Lovers nestling against each other, charcoal - Käthe Kollwitz Museum