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Jasper Johns' Flag 1954-55 is an iconic painting of the Pop Art movement. John's is an American artist grouped as Abstract Expressionist, Neo-Dadaist and Pop Artist. He painted a lot of flags, some of which more abstractly, all with incredibly thick paint and encaustic.

Jasper Johns' Flag 1954-55 is an iconic painting of the Pop Art movement. John's is an American artist grouped as Abstract Expressionist, Neo-Dadaist and Pop Artist. He painted a lot of flags, some of which more abstractly, all with incredibly thick paint and encaustic.

Jasper Johns - Detail of Flag (1954-55). Museum of Modern Art, New York City. This image illustrates Johns' early technique of painting with thick, dripping encaustic over a collage made from found materials such as newspaper. This rough method of construction is rarely visible in photographic reproductions of his work.

Jasper Johns - Detail of Flag (1954-55). Museum of Modern Art, New York City. This image illustrates Johns' early technique of painting with thick, dripping encaustic over a collage made from found materials such as newspaper. This rough method of construction is rarely visible in photographic reproductions of his work.

Jasper Johns' Map 1961, is one of my favorite paintings by this artist. I love it for it's vibrant color. It's located in the Museum of Modern Art in NY City. I love that you can  interpret this image to be a number of things. To me it looks like strings of orange flags dancing in the wind, set on a sun drenched, cloudless, Mediterranean blue sky.

Jasper Johns' Map 1961, is one of my favorite paintings by this artist. I love it for it's vibrant color. It's located in the Museum of Modern Art in NY City. I love that you can interpret this image to be a number of things. To me it looks like strings of orange flags dancing in the wind, set on a sun drenched, cloudless, Mediterranean blue sky.

Jasper Johns: The Seasons (Summer) (1999.407b) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Jasper Johns: The Seasons (Summer) (1999.407b) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Jasper Johns: Flags (69.701.2) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Jasper Johns: Flags (69.701.2) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

#JasperJohns, Untitled, 2013. Ink on plastic. 27 1/2 × 36 inches, included in Jasper Johns Regrets at The Museum of Modern Art  #JasperJohns Regrets is a tightly defined dripping-with-prestige exhibition at MoMA.

#JasperJohns, Untitled, 2013. Ink on plastic. 27 1/2 × 36 inches, included in Jasper Johns Regrets at The Museum of Modern Art #JasperJohns Regrets is a tightly defined dripping-with-prestige exhibition at MoMA.

#JasperJohns. Target, 1958. Collection Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Saul. Art © Jasper Johns/Licensed by VAGA, New York, NY. Photo: Jamie M. Stukenberg / Professional Graphics Inc., Rockford, Illinois, included in the The Art Institute of Chicago, in cooperation with The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.

#JasperJohns. Target, 1958. Collection Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Saul. Art © Jasper Johns/Licensed by VAGA, New York, NY. Photo: Jamie M. Stukenberg / Professional Graphics Inc., Rockford, Illinois, included in the The Art Institute of Chicago, in cooperation with The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.

#JasperJohns Numbers in Color, 1958–59. encaustic and newspaper on canvas. 66 1/2 x 49 1/2 inches. Collection Albright-Knox Art Gallery © 2013 Jasper Johns/Licensed by VAGA, NY. To create Numbers in Color, 1958-59, Jasper Johns painted the 0 through 9 numbers on the top row and down the left, repeating the sequence with a 0 in the second row, a 1 in the third and so forth. Although the 0-9 sequence is consistent, the way Jasper Johns painted each number varies.

#JasperJohns Numbers in Color, 1958–59. encaustic and newspaper on canvas. 66 1/2 x 49 1/2 inches. Collection Albright-Knox Art Gallery © 2013 Jasper Johns/Licensed by VAGA, NY. To create Numbers in Color, 1958-59, Jasper Johns painted the 0 through 9 numbers on the top row and down the left, repeating the sequence with a 0 in the second row, a 1 in the third and so forth. Although the 0-9 sequence is consistent, the way Jasper Johns painted each number varies.

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