Frau Hela 27 j.— Schöpke, Philipp
Philipp Schöpke draws mostly human figures with all their organs visible, as if they were seen through X-rays. Schöpke signs his drawings and, in most cases, adds the name of the people he represents as well as their gender and their age. Their bodies are troubling by their vulnerability and rickety appearance. These poor skeletons with only skin and bones, shaken by convulsions, look as if they had been electrocuted.