Part 2
North American Art

Twentieth Century
North American
Cold War Art

Jasper Johns

 

 

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Jasper Johns
born: Augusta, Georga, US; 1930
lives in:

  Drafted into the Army and stationed in Japan.
1949-51 University of South Carolina
1952-58 Worked in a bookstore in NY
1954 Painted his first Flag Picture
1958 First solo exhibition in the Leo Castelli Gallery, New York.
1960 Began working with lithographs.

 

Johns, Jasper: Ale Cans

Ale Cans
1964

Johns, Jasper: Betweem tje Clock and the Bed

Betwen the Clock and the Bed
about 1985

Johns, Jasper: Cicadia

Cicadia
1981

Johns, Jasper: Decoy

Decoy
1971

Johns, Jasper: False Start

False Start
about 1965

Johns, Jasper: Field Painting

Field Painting

Johns, Jasper: Flag

Flag
1954

Johns, Jasper: Flag with Orange Field

Flag with Orange Field
1957

Johns, Jasper: Flags 1968

Flags
1968

 

Johns, Jasper: Two Flags 1973

Two Flags
1973

Johns, Jasper: Fool's House 1962

Fool's House
1962

Johns, Jasper: Fool's House 1972

Fool's House
1972

Johns, Jasper: Map

Map
1961

Johns, Jasper: [sculpture] Painted Bronze Tools

Painted Bronze Tools
1960

Johns, Jasper: Painting with Two Balls and a Field  #*

Painting with Two Balls
and Field #8

1962

Johns, Jasper: Passage

Passage
1957

Johns, Jasper: Racing Thoughts

Racing Thoughts
1983

Johns, Jasper: Souvenir #2

Souvenir #2
1964

 

Johns, Jasper: Target

Target
1974

Johns, Jasper: Untitled

Untitled
1977

Johns, Jasper: Usuyuki S.25

Usuyuki S.25
1980

Johns, Jasper: Usuyuki S.26

Usuyuki S.26
1980

Johns, Jasper: Zero Nine 1967

Zero Nine
1967

Johns, Jasper: Zero Nine

Zero Nine

 

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