Jasper JOHNS

1930, USA

Name Jasper JOHNS
Birth 1930, 15/5, USA
Lived & Active In New York, USA

Jasper Johns was born in 1930 in Georgia and grew up in South Carolina. He attended the University of South Carolina for one year, then moved to New York City to pursue a career as an artist. He met the artist Robert Rauschenberg, the composer John Cage and the modern dancer Merce Cunningham in 1954, and the same year began a series of paintings based on the American flag, exhibiting them in 1958 at the Leo Castelli Gallery.
From the 1950’s into the 1960’s, Johns made paintings, sculptures, drawings and prints that presented commonplace, two-dimensional objects with absolute objectivity and precision so that the painting ceases to be a reproduction of the object but becomes the object itself. Flags, targets, number sequences, letters of the alphabet, and maps were painted in either bright colors of red, blue, yellow, orange and green, or monochrome lead gray. Johns’ works were a radical departure from the extreme emotionalism of the Abstract Expressionists and in their banality and rejection of emotional expression prepared the way for Pop Art.

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Alphabet by Jasper JOHNS

Alphabet (1969)

Price SEK 20,000 (€2,269)
Estimated SEK 30,000–40,000
Hatteras by Jasper JOHNS

Hatteras (-63)

Price SEK 100,000 (€11,580)
Estimated SEK 100,000–150,000
M. D. by Jasper JOHNS

M. D. (1974)

Price SEK 16,000 (€1,758)
Estimated SEK 15,000–20,000
Bent U, From Fragment - According To What by Jasper JOHNS

Bent U, From Fragment - According To What (-71)

Price SEK 13,000 (€1,407)
Estimated SEK 10,000–12,000
Evion by Jasper JOHNS

Evion (-72)

Price EUR 3,400
Estimated EUR 2,600–3,200
Color Numerals: Figure 6 by Jasper JOHNS

Color Numerals: Figure 6 (1969)

Price SEK 140,000 (€14,634)
Estimated SEK 120,000–130,000
Light Bulb, From Lead Reliefs by Jasper JOHNS

Light Bulb, From Lead Reliefs (1969)

Price SEK 260,000 (€23,744)
Estimated SEK 80,000–100,000
The Seasons by Jasper JOHNS

The Seasons (1989)

Price SEK 150,000 (€13,698)
Estimated SEK 60,000–80,000

No (1969)

Price SEK 80,000 (€7,306)
Estimated SEK 50,000–60,000
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