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Wolf Kahn

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Avenue with White Trunks , 2007 Pastel on Paper 11 X 14 in /27.9 X 35.6 Cm © Courtesy of the artist & Morrison Gallery
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Study for Orange Foregound , 2008 Pastel on Paper 22 X 30 in /55.9 X 76.2 Cm © Courtesy of the artist & Morrison Gallery
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Three Zones of Contrast , 2007 Pastel on Paper 14 X 17 in /35.6 X 43.2 Cm © Courtesy of the artist & Morrison Gallery
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Trees on a Slight Incline , 2003 Pastel SIZE: H: 8 X 10 in /20.3 X 25.4 Cm © Courtesy of the artist & Thomas Segal Gallery
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Dark through the Middle , 2007 Pastel on Paper SIZE: H: 22 X 30 in / 55.9 X 76.2 Cm © Courtesy of the artist & Fine Art KMV
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Down Friendship Cove, 1962 Pastel on Paper 14 X 17"
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Springfield Baptist Church, Augusta, GA —Sunset, 1999 © Courtesy of the artist & Morris Museum of Art
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Installation View © Courtesy of the artist & Ameringer | McEnery | Yohe
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Large Tree Parade, 2013 Oil on Canvas 64 X 90 Inches
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© Courtesy of the artist & The Hickory Museum of Art
Kahn
Quick Facts
Birthplace
Stuttgart, Germany
Birth year
1927
Lives in
New York City & West Brattleboro, Vermont
Works in
New York City & West Brattleboro, Vermont
Statement

Wolf Kahn is a German-born American painter. He works in oils and pastels and his works usually covers the subject of landscapes and his own personal vision of nature. His convergence of light and colour has been described as combining pictorial landscapes and painterly abstraction.

In 2005 the Smithsonian Art Collectors Program commissioned Kahn to produce a print to benefit the cultural and educational programs of the Smithsonian Associates. The screen print, entitled Aura, hangs in the Graphic Eloquence exhibit in the S. Dillon Ripley Center in the National Mall.

 

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