Wolf Kahn Address Book
Wolf Kahn's landscapes are brilliant in color and in conception. Kahn (American; b. Germany, 1927) was at the center of a 1950's movement toward the fusion of abstract and representative art. His affinity for this combination, and his genius for capturing the immediacy of nature's hues, have brought him to the forefront of the American colorist school. Hardbound with a hidden spiral binding that lays absolutely flat. Forty full color reproductions complement information pages with room for 480 names, addresses, home and business telephone numbers, cell/pager, and e-mail addresses. Dimensions: 7 x 8.25".