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Kenneth Noland, 1924-2010

Kenneth Noland, an influential abstract painter who founded the Washington Color School of painting, the only major development in 20th-century art to originate in the District, died Jan. 5.

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Painter, leader in D.C. art movement
Article | Kenneth Noland, an influential abstract painter who was a founder of the Washington Color School of painting, the only major development in 20th-century art to originate in the District, died Jan. 5 of kidney cancer at his home in Port Clyde, Maine. He was 85.

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