Landscape painter Wolf Kahn employed a vibrant palette to study forests, fog-shrouded mornings, and barns. “I am always trying to get to the danger point, where color either becomes too sweet or too harsh; too noisy or too quiet,” he said about this approach to painting. His works often demonstrate a blend of color field painting and realism. Thomaston Place Auction Galleries’ Splendor | Part Two – Day 3 auction presents Wolf Kahn’s The Lower Pasture. This oil painting shows an autumn scene with a rolling field and an isolated barn.
French artist Auguste Herbin’s work is also represented in the sale. Herbin was a leading 20th-century Modern artist. He contributed to the rise of non-objective painting. His early work also experimented with Impressionism and Fauvism. One example of his art will come to auction with Thomaston Place. This untitled abstract piece is painted with a combination of red, black, yellow, and blue hues. Explore any of lots and register to bid online on Bidsquare.
# of Lots:475
Price Range:$200 - $60,000
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