Käthe Kollwitz
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Käthe Kollwitz Prints

One of the most famous German artists of the 20th century was Käthe Kollwitz. She drew inspiration for her illustrations and prints from her personal circumstances and experiences, creating etchings, woodcuts, drawings and sculptures of startling realism. Kollwitz’s motifs are often political and thematise historical moments such as the Weavers’ Revolt or the assassination of Karl Liebknecht. With these works, you are not only buying art, but also history.

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