|Kathe Kollwitz Self-portrait, 1937. The artist at work.|
|Kathe Kollwitz Self-portrait, 1921--one of over fifty during her lifetime.|
|The Schmidt children, ca. 1880, Käthe, Lisbeth, Konrad, and Julie.|
|Revolt at the Gates, 1897, Kathe Kollwitz, one of the "Weavers" series.|
|Strike of the Weavers, 1899, Kathe Kollwitz,|
one of her few paintings.
|Outbreak, 1903, Kathe Kollwitz, from the "Peasant War" series|
|Whetting the Scythe, 1902-1908, |
|The Grieving Parents, 1932, Kathe Kollwitz--memorial to their son, Peter killed in the war.|
|The Assassination of Communist Leader Karl Liebenknecht, 1920, Kathe Kollwitz, |
typical of her woodcut prints following the war.
|Never Again War, 1924, Kathe Kollwitz|
|Mother with her Dead Child, 1903, Kathe Kollwitz, |
the etching upon which the sculpture below was based.
|The Call of Death, 1934, Kathe Kollwitz.|
|Mother with her Dead Child, memorial based upon Kathe Kollowitz's etching and sculpture, |
installed in 1993, Neue Wache, Berlin.