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KATHE KOLLWITZ. Elizabeth Prelinger et al. National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C., 1992. Published in association with Yale University Press, New Haven. 192 pp. with 183 ills. (65 col.). 28 x 23 cm. LC 91-46307 ISBN 0300061684 In English.
Featuring three lengthy illustrated essays reassessing the oeuvre of noted German printmaker, draughtsman and sculptor Kollwitz (1867-1945), an artist well known for her dramatic depictions of human suffering, poverty and injustice, this catalogue documents an exhibition of more than 100 drawings and prints executed in an expressive realist style largely uninfluenced by the rise of Modernism. Focused on Kollwitz's artistic achievements rather than her socially engaged themes, the essays examine her technical and aesthetic interests, chronicle her formative years in late 19th-century Berlin, and discuss the reception of her work in Germany and the United States.
Artist(s):Kollwitz, Kathe
Indexing: Western, Europe — Germany — 1900-1945 — Drawing and Watercolor, Graphic Arts (Prints) — Women Artists
Plans: 01,05,07,08,09,10,13,17
Worldwide Number: 023560
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