Wolf Kahn: Magenta, Green and Yellow Boxed Small Notecards


An important artist bridging landscape with abstraction, Wolf Kahn drew influence from a wide range of sources, including the Maine landscape, New York abstract painting, and the art of his native Germany. In Magenta, Green and Yellow (2000), horizontal bands of color nod to midcentury modernism. Recognizably a forest scene, the painting’s non-representational palette makes it less a specific forest scene than a dreamy product of forests shaped by the imagination.    

Ten 3½ x 5 in. blank notecards with envelopes in an acetate-topped box