Jasper Johns

Edith Devaney (Author) Hiroko Ikegami (Author)
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Description

Jasper Johns (b.1930) is regarded as one of the most influential American artists of the last sixty years. When he broke onto the New York art scene in the 1950s, Johns and his lover Robert Rauschenberg established a decisive new direction in an art world that had been dominated by the Abstract Expressionists. Johns's striking use of popular iconography, such as flags, numbers and maps, rendered with a distinctive textural, painterly surface, made a colossal impact. In this handsomely illustrated study, skilled writers examine Johns's pioneering oeuvre and offer a detailed overview of the career and international significance of this subtlest of craftsmen.

Product Details

Price
£40.00  £37.20
Publisher
Royal Academy of Arts
Publish Date
18 September 2017
Language
English
Type
Hardback
EAN/UPC
9781910350683

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