One of Vermont’s most influential and admired painters died Sunday.
""Wolf Kahn is to southern Vermont what Winslow Homer is to the coast of Maine, Georgia O'Keeffe to the New Mexico high desert and Claude Monet to the French countryside. Wolf's depictions of our barns, fields, trees and hillsides form the prevailing visual impression of our area for people all around the world.""
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