Käthe Kollwitz : woman and artist / Martha Kearns

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Identifier: REF.AM.1710
Object type: Books
Dimensions: xvii, 237 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
Copyright dates: 1976
Created by: Martha Kearns
Is about: Kaethe Kollwitz
Published by: The Feminist Press
Library of Congress Subject Headings: Käthe Kollwitz--Bilder eines Lebens [http://id.loc.gov/authorities/names/n90644696], Artists--Germany--Biography [sh2007101498]
Chronicles the life and work of twentieth-century German artist Kathe Kollwitz, discussing her artistic development and achievements, and including black-and-white photographs and illustrations. (Worldcat summary) Contents: 1. (1867-1877) My love for my mother was tender and solicitous -- 2. (1877-1885) I was keenly ambitious -- 3. (1885-1891) The free life of the artist allured me -- 4. (1891-1900) I lived as a human being must -- 5. (1900-1910) I was gripped by the full force of the proletarian's fate -- 6. (1910-1919) Seed for the planting must not be ground -- 7. (1920-1932) I wish I might go on working for many long years -- 8. (1933-1945) Some day a new ideal will arise. Includes chronology and bibliography.