"The White Barn" color lithograph, ed. 6/45. White structure with one dormer and window and one door. The side of the structure appears to be exposed log. Blue sky with white clouds appear top right and green vegetation with rusty color foreground. Note: Born in Germany, Kahn escaped the Holocaust by first moving to England in 1939 and the United States one year later when he was a teenager. He was celebrated for his use of color and received renown as a landscape painter. His obituary in the New York Times included this quote from a 1983 interview in the San Diego Union-Tribune, “I am attracted by the light, by the shifting horizons, by the variety and gentleness of the landscapes." Artwork acquired with the assistance of the Martin S. Ackerman Foundation.
Art Prints Lithography