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Tag: Käthe Kollwitz

  • Auction Result

    Hodler sells for CHF 4 million

    Hodler's 'Lake Thun and the Niesen' sells for CHF 4 million. ZURICH.- Bids rising above the estimates, busy telephone banks, non-stop internet bidding, the saleroom at covid-restriction capacity - except for the masks worn by the bidders and staff in the saleroom, it could have been a scene from one of…

    Hodler sells for CHF 4 million
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    Prints and Multiples

    Beginning in the early 1960s, American artist, film director, and producer Andy Warhol became a leading figure in the Pop Art movement. He was best-known in his early career for his depictions of Campbell’s soup cans and Coca-Cola bottles. Warhol’s fame grew from there until he died in 1987. Highlighted…

    Jasper Johns (American, b. 1930) Corpse and Mirror, 1976
  • Artists

    'The Short Story of Women Artists' Debuts This Fall

    “Women have been creating art since antiquity, but for much of that time, they have been excluded, ignored and generally expunged from art history.” – Susie Hodge, from The Short Story of Women Artists The Short Story of Women Artists by Susie Hodge. On Sale: September 22 | ISBN 9781786276551 |…

    The Short Story of Women Artists Debuts This Fall3
  • Artists

    How a vast Käthe Kollwitz collection ended up at the Getty

    Richard Simms, the 93-year-old donor, built up the enviable collection on a dentist’s salary starting in the 1960s Woman with Dead Child (1903), one of the 650 works that Richard Simms gave to the Getty © 2019 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York The German artist Käthe Kollwitz envisioned the anguish…

    Woman with Dead Child (1903), one of the 650 works that Richard Simms gave to the Getty © 2019 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York