Der Friedensapostle in der Zelle
The Apostle of Freedom: In the Cell
Artist: Ernst Ludwig Kirchner (1880 - 1938) Primary
Kirchner moved to Switzerland in 1918, where he befriended the author Jakob Bosshart. This woodcut was part of a suite of illustrations that accompanied a collection of six novellas by the author.
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