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Kathe Kollwitz. By Franchezca Fournier. About Her. Kollwitz was born in Koniseberg, July 4, 1867. She married Dr. Karl Kollwitz in 1889 and they settled in the poorest spot in Berlin. She was encouraged to draw by her father at the age of fourteen. About Her Artwork.

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kathe kollwitz

Kathe Kollwitz

By

Franchezca Fournier

about her
About Her
  • Kollwitz was born in Koniseberg, July 4, 1867.
  • She married Dr. Karl Kollwitz in 1889 and they settled in the poorest spot in Berlin.
  • She was encouraged to draw by her father at the age of fourteen.
about her artwork
About Her Artwork
  • The drawings she drew like Bread were drawn in Germany when she saw the children suffered there.
  • Her artwork appealed on behalf of the working poor, the suffering, and the sick.
famous quotes by kathe kollwitz
Famous Quotes by Kathe Kollwitz
  • “ I do not want to die… until I have faithfully made the most of my talent and cultivated the seed that was placed in me until the last small twig has grown.”
  • “ Look at life with the eyes of a child.”
  • “ No longer diverted by other emotions, I work the way a cow grazes.
references
References
  • www.art.com
  • www.brainyquotes.com
  • www.mystudio.com