JASPER JOHNS (1930- ) Painter, sculptor, and print-maker, Jasper Johns became one of America's best-known post-Abstract Expressionists and Minimalists, though he is often considered within the Pop Art movement. Johns’ subject matter often includes images and objects from popular culture including the classical iconography of everyday symbols. His name is most associated with images of flags and numbers, Pop-Art subjects that he depicted in Minimalist style focusing on interrelationships of color and shapes of recognizable subject matter. His style is lush and painterly, and is famous for incorporating such media into his surfaces as encaustic and wax-based paint and plaster relief.

Original Edition Offset Lithograph on Satin-Finish Extra Thick 100% Acid Free Archival Museum paper, 1981. Paper Size: 39.5" x 27." Published by Albright Knox Gallery. Excellent Condition; never framed or matted. Certificate of Authenticity included.

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