Homage to Wolf Kahn
3 monthes ago - By Chez Namaste Nancy
German born artist Wolf Kahn, whose controlled, atmospheric oil and pastel landscapes fused realism and Color Field painting, has died at the age of ninety-two. In addition to his seventy-year painting practice, Kahn cofounded the Hansa Gallery, one of the many midcentury co-ops on Tenth Street, which showed the work of George Segal, Jane Wilson, and Lucas Samaras, among other artists. Kahn's wife of more than six decades, the painter Emily Mason, died last December.
Richly infused with explosive color combinations, his representational paintings of traditional landscape subject...
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