Jasper johns

Discover the fascinating world of Jasper Johns and his iconic artworks. Immerse yourself in his unique style and thought-provoking creations that have made him a renowned figure in the art world.
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The title of this painting is a double entendre: it describes the numerical subject of the painting as well as the manner in which the viewer literally sees each number through the others. One of eleven paintings of superimposed numbers that Jasper Johns made in 1960-1961, the genesis of this work can be traced to the mid-1950s, when the artist began painting single numbers using commercial stencils. Johns has remarked that he was drawn to everyday signs and symbols as subjects, since their…

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Jasper Johns. Flag. 1954-55 (dated on reverse 1954). Encaustic, oil, and collage on fabric mounted on plywood, three panels. 42 1/4 x 60 5/8" (107.3 x 153.8 cm). Gift of Philip Johnson in honor of Alfred H. Barr, Jr. 106.1973. © 2024 Jasper Johns / Licensed by VAGA at Artists Rights Society (ARS), NY. Painting and Sculpture

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Jasper Johns. Four Panels from Untitled 1972. 1973–74, published 1974. Lithograph and embossing on four sheets. composition (.a, irreg.): 38 1/8 x 26" (96.8 x 66.1 cm); sheet (.a, slightly irreg.): 40 11/16 x 28 9/16" (103.3 x 72.5 cm); composition (.b, irreg.): 38 1/4 x 25 1/2" (97.2 x 64.8 cm); sheet (.b): 40 1/4 x 28 1/4" (102.3 x 71.8 cm); composition (.c, irreg.): 38 11/16 x 27 3/16" (98.3 x 69 cm); sheet (.c): 40 9/16 x 28 3/8" (103 x 72.1 cm); composition (.d, irreg.): 39 7/8 x 26…

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This month the RA celebrates Jasper Johns as one of America’s greatest living artists – here art historian Barbara Rose explores the complex transformations of objects and images throughout his work.

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Jasper Johns’s earliest paintings depict common, easily recognizable images like targets and flags—emblems we do not generally study in great detail. We are, however, expected to stop and look at paintings. Johns employed this paradox to force viewers to rethink the meaning of not only art but also what it represents. In many of his compositions, he included familiar symbols and systems that are used to create order in the world, such as numbers and maps. Numerals—from zip codes to social…

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