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Justin Spring is a novelist and art critic. His work has been published in Art Forum, the New York Times, and the Village Voice. Karen Wilkin is a curator and critic. She is a contributor to the New Criterion, Art in America, and the Wall Street Journal. The late Louis Finkelstein, artist and critic, was a professor emeritus at Queens College, City University of New York.
Beautiful book, amazing paintings. As a painter myself I know that they are so much harder to do than he makes it look. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Marian E. Seiders
Exells.ent book; very good illustrations and filled with fresh imagePublished 21 days ago by arizonasunman
This is full of paintings by Wolf Kahn which was the reason that I ordered it. Why buy an artists book if it doesn't have color paintings in it? Read morePublished 2 months ago by A. Larson
Fantastic quality of photography of art and fascinating biography of this amazing contemporary artist who survived the tyranny of abstract expressionism and found his voice and... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Anne-Marie D.
If you are a fan of Wolf Kahn's paintings as I am, you'll find this book to be a wonderful book to have in your collection. Read morePublished 8 months ago by JTA
The first edition was published in 1996. The second edition (priced by the publisher at $55 and which is the edition I have) has 131 plates, starting his childhood drawing and... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Kate
The art work is great and I love the chronology of Wolf's development both as a person and as an artist.Published 12 months ago by jean cornish
Great color plates. This book is a wonderful opportunity to savor and enjoy Wolf Kahn's paintings and his amazing use of color.Published 19 months ago by Zosma Peregrin