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Artist
creator QS:P170,Q142472
Title
English: Käthe Kollwitz (1867-1945): "Woman with a dead child", 1903, line etching, drypoint, emery and vernis mou with printing of handmade paper and Ziegler'schem transfer paper, with gold-colored, injected clay stone. The depicted child is the youngest son Peter Kollwitz (1896-1914) at the age of 7 years.
Deutsch: Käthe Kollwitz (1867–1945): „Frau mit totem Kind“, 1903, Strichätzung, Kaltnadel, Schmirgel und Vernis mou mit Durchdruck von Büttenpapier und Ziegler’schem Umdruckpapier, mit goldfarbenem, gespritztem Tonstein. Das dargestellte Kind ist der jüngste Sohn Peter Kollwitz (1896–1914) im Alter von 7 Jahren.
Date 1903
date QS:P571,+1903-00-00T00:00:00Z/9
Medium etching
institution QS:P195,Q214867
Source/Photographer National Gallery of Art, Washington, D. C., online collection
Permission
(Reusing this file)
PD-Art-70.

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2015-01-15 20:57 2964×2594× (2787770 bytes) Primaler Much higher resolution. Also, arguably, a more expressive version (overprinted lithographically with a gold tone plate).
2006-08-12 10:43 440×386× (53470 bytes) VeraHutchinson "Woman with Dead Child" by Kathe Kollwitz, etching, 1903 National Gallery of Art,D.C. In the public Domain in the United States of America. {{PD-art-US}}

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