Both Kollwitz’s and Lhermitte’s Self-portrait

Both Kollwitz’s Self-portrait and Lhermitte’s An Elderly Peasant Woman are portraits of elderly women, were created using charcoal, and were completed within fifty years of each other. Yet they are visually very different. In what ways do these works differ from each other? How does this affect how the works are viewed?

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