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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