Kollwitz

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Koll·witz

 (kōl′wĭts′, kôl′vĭts′), Käthe or Kaethe 1867-1945.
German artist whose sculptures and prints, including The Living to the Dead (1919), express her abhorrence of war and poverty.
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Kollwitz

(German ˈkɔlvɪts)
n
(Biography) Käthe (ˈkɛːtə). 1867–1945, German lithographer and sculptress
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Koll•witz

(ˈkɔl vɪts)

n.
Kä•the (ˈkɛ tə) 1867–1945, German artist.
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