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An anti-war activist with a multi-faceted place in the history books
As an artist who lived through most of WWII, dying just days before the end of the war, Kathe Kollwitz was a German anti-war activist and a feminist who went to great lengths to learn her craft. Because of the many varied sides of this artist, there are many views of her work and place in history.

Read more about this artist and her impact on history and current day art in this article

Why Käthe Kollwitz, an Icon of German Modern Art, Is Still So Controversial on Her 150th Anniversary

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