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Selfportrait at the Table

Käthe Kollwitz (Königsberg 1867 - Moritzburg 1945)


Selfportrait at the Table

Lot-No. 109

Proceeds : 1.600,00 €


1893, etching and aquatint, 18 x13 cm, lo. ri. sign. Käthe Kollwitz, lo. le. sign. by the printer O. Felsing, matted and framed under glass, uninspected out of frame, min. discolouration. - Literature: Knesebeck 21 / Klipstein 14. - Graphic artist a. sculptor, one of the most renowned German female artists of the 20th cent. She was trained the drawing school of the 'Verein der Berliner Künstlerinnen' under K. Stauffer-Bern, under E. Neide in Königsberg as well as under L. von Herterich in Munich. She joined the Berlin secession. She is most famous for her graphic cycles on the misery of the working classes. In 1910 she also began sculpting.

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Käthe Kollwitz: Selfportrait at the Table


Käthe Kollwitz (Königsberg 1867 - Moritzburg 1945)

Selfportrait at the Table

Lot-No. 109

Proceeds : 1.600,00 €

Print

1893, etching and aquatint, 18 x13 cm, lo. ri. sign. Käthe Kollwitz, lo. le. sign. by the printer O. Felsing, matted and framed under glass, uninspected out of frame, min. discolouration. - Literature: Knesebeck 21 / Klipstein 14. - Graphic artist a. sculptor, one of the most renowned German female artists of the 20th cent. She was trained the drawing school of the 'Verein der Berliner Künstlerinnen' under K. Stauffer-Bern, under E. Neide in Königsberg as well as under L. von Herterich in Munich. She joined the Berlin secession. She is most famous for her graphic cycles on the misery of the working classes. In 1910 she also began sculpting.

Selfportrait at the Table