|Kaeselau, Charles Anton|
|Kahle, Alexander P.|
Kahn, who immigrated to the United States at age thirteen, studied with Stuart Davis (at the New School for Social Research) and with Hans Hofmann, and in 1951 he completed a B.A. at the University of Chicago.
Jacob Kainen died in March  at his home in Chevy Chase, Maryland, at the age of ninety-one. During our twenty-five years of friendship, I came to view his life and his art as inextricably intertwined.
In 1893, when Max Kalish was two years old, his Orthodox Jewish family emigrated from Lithuania to Cleveland, Ohio. At age fifteen he started taking classes at the Cleveland School of Art, where he studied sculpture with Herman Matzen and graduated in 1910.
Following internment with his Japanese-born parents at the beginning of World War II, Kamihira was drafted into the U.S. Army. On the GI Bill he attended the Art Institute of Pittsburgh and the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts where he studied with Walter Stuempfig and Francis Speight.
Gerome Kamrowski entered the St.Paul, Minnesota, School of Art in 1932. There he studied with Cameron Booth and Leroy Turner, both former Hans Hofmann students who were also associated with the Abstraction-Création group in Paris.
|Kane, Margaret Brassler||
Born in East Orange, New Jersey, Margaret Brassler Kane studied at Syracuse University, the Art Students League in New York City, and also with sculptor John Hovannes. During the 1940s she was the recipient of several prizes for her work.
Since 1969, Jun Kaneko has produced a large body of work in clay that exhibits his primary interest in the effects of repeated abstract surface motifs.
Born in Russia, brought to the United States in 1906, lived in New York City. Painter who explored futurism, Cubism, and other styles as alternatives to the realism that characterizes his best-known work.
|Kaplan, Edith Jaffy|