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Käthe Kollwitz, War, 1923, prints executed 1921-22

Portfolio of seven woodcuts and one woodcut cover, composition: see child records; sheet (each approx.): 18 3/4 x 25 15/16" (47.6 x 65.9 cm). Publisher: Emil Richter, Dresden. Printer: probably Fritz Voigt, Berlin. Edition: Edition A (issued in portfolio): 100 hand-printed, numbered and signed on imperial Japan paper [this ex.]; Edition B: 100 hand-printed, numbered and signed on wove paper; Edition C, published in 1924: 200 printed from an electrotype plate on imitation japan paper. Gift of the Arnhold Family in memory of Sigrid Edwards.
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Audio courtesy of Acoustiguide.

Throughout the tour, you'll be hearing the music of Schoenberg, Webern and Berg, who were active during this era. The musical excerpts are from The Blue Rider in Performance, a co-production of Da Camera of Houston, Works & Process at the Guggenheim, and Miller Theater of Columbia University, which was conceived and directed by Sarah Rothenberg. Performers are Susan Narucki, soprano and Sarah Rothenberg, piano.

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