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Jasper Johns - Target, 1971
Jasper Johns-Target, 1971
Jasper Johns - Target, 1971
Jasper Johns-Target, 1971

Published by Gemani G.E.L., Los Angeles and The Museum of Modern Art, New York (Catalogue reference: Gemini 276)

About The Artist - Jasper Johns

Jasper Johns, born in 1930, is an American painter and printmaker of the twentieth century, and a forerunner of Pop art. Jasper Johns uses commonplace images such as flags, maps, targets or numbers as the starting-point for his art prints. He explains that ‘the things the mind already knows’ were his ideal subject because of the host of varied meanings each carried with it. By representing common objects and images in the realm of fine art, Jasper Johns broke down the boundaries traditionally separating fine art and everyday life.

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Excellent condition, paintbrush still intact. Originally mounted in hinged white plastic clamshell case, collage detached from the case (both the case and the Gemini "Technics and Creativity" catalog presented with this art work are included.

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Jasper Johns

Target, 1971

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  • Offset lithograph printed in colors with brush and three watercolor pads on Hahnemühle Copperplate paper in white plastic clamshell case
  • Artwork size: 26.2 x 21.3 cm (10.218 x 8.307 in)
  • Edition of 22500
  • Limited Edition
  • Stamped on recto
  • Excellent condition, paintbrush still intact. Originally mounted in hinged white plastic clamshell case, collage detached from the case (both the case and the Gemini "Technics and Creativity" catalog presented with this art work are included.

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  • Offset lithograph printed in colors with brush and three watercolor pads on Hahnemühle Copperplate paper in white plastic clamshell case
  • Artwork size: 26.2 x 21.3 cm (10.218 x 8.307 in)
  • Edition of 22500
  • Limited Edition
  • Stamped on recto
  • Excellent condition, paintbrush still intact. Originally mounted in hinged white plastic clamshell case, collage detached from the case (both the case and the Gemini "Technics and Creativity" catalog presented with this art work are included.

Published by Gemani G.E.L., Los Angeles and The Museum of Modern Art, New York (Catalogue reference: Gemini 276)

About The Artist - Jasper Johns

Jasper Johns, born in 1930, is an American painter and printmaker of the twentieth century, and a forerunner of Pop art. Jasper Johns uses commonplace images such as flags, maps, targets or numbers as the starting-point for his art prints. He explains that ‘the things the mind already knows’ were his ideal subject because of the host of varied meanings each carried with it. By representing common objects and images in the realm of fine art, Jasper Johns broke down the boundaries traditionally separating fine art and everyday life.

Condition

Excellent condition, paintbrush still intact. Originally mounted in hinged white plastic clamshell case, collage detached from the case (both the case and the Gemini "Technics and Creativity" catalog presented with this art work are included.

Shipping & Returns

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If you're not entirely happy with your artwork, you can return it to us within 14 days and choose a replacement or receive a full refund. Please see our Terms & Conditions for more information.

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