Essays Tagged: "Kollwitz"

Elizabeth Catlett and Kathe Kollwitz Contrasting and Comparing

Born on two different sides of the world, Catlett and Kollwitz have become greatly known artist everywhere. Printmaking has been an art form that both Cat ... have become greatly known artist everywhere. Printmaking has been an art form that both Catlett and Kollwitz have used to express their art to the audience. The definition of printmaking is the artist ... or silk-screens. Some examples of these work is Harriet by Elizabeth Catlett and Outbreak by Kathe Kollwitz. Both artists have creative pieces of work in many different ways but also similar ways.Pri ...

(4 pages) 1174 0 0.0 Apr/2009

Subjects: Humanities Essays

Artist - Kathe Kollwitz. Born 1867 died 1945. Disscuss how her two artworks reveal the suffering of humanity and social workind class

Art Essay - Kathe KollwitzKathe Kollwitz was born in 1867 and died in 1945. She was a powerful, intense artist who pro ... with dead child' and 'Unemployment' revel the suffering of humanity and social working class.Kathe Kollwitz was greatly influenced by the hardships of humanity, her main subjects being body language, ... as persons of character, strength and responsibility. The suffering of humanity is well depicted in Kollwitz' artwork, 'Woman with dead child' because the mother's face is hidden, showing deep sorrow. ...

(2 pages) 248 3 4.0 Mar/2002

Subjects: Art Essays > Artists

Violence in Art

Zoe Mattis09/22/14AP Art HistoryViolenceBanksy's Bomb Hugger and Kollwitz's The Sacrifice both take a look at the violence of war; one of the hope and one of the hop ... democracy, peace, etc.) and presenting the violent and darker nature of war.The Sacrifice, part of Kollwitz's War series, shows a mother holding up her child. This portfolio is comprised of black and ... omprised of black and white woodcuts showing those left behind and affected by the violence of war. Kollwitz focuses primarily on mothers - a reference to her personal experience. Because of the title ...

(1 pages) 0 0 0.0 Sep/2014

Subjects: Art Essays > Works of Art