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 (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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Serenity III: More Peaceful Music on the Chapman Stick is music artist Michael Kollwitz's third CD of relaxing music created on the unique, uncommon stringed instrument created by Emmett Chapman, and known as The Chapman Stick (R) (more info about this marvelous instrument can be found on www.stick.com or on Wikipedia--it's classified as part of the guitar family, and known for its ability to play base lines, melody lines, chords or textures).
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Designed on the Pantheon and housing a Pieta, it's dedicated to all victims of oppression and it's said sculpture by Kathe Kollwitz - who was persecuted by the Nazis - weeps when rain falls from the oculus above.
It makes sense, then, that two of his favorite artists were Francisco Goya and the social realist Kathe Kollwitz, both of whom produced significant bodies of printed work.
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