Throughout his five-decade career Jasper Johns experimented continuously, innovated, and stood behind his unique concepts, laying the groundwork for subsequent movements of pop art, minimalism, and conceptual art. Using pencils, pencils, paintbrushes, crayons, waxes and plaster he constantly questioned the technical possibilities of printmaking.
Silkscreen Prints The Art Exhibition Catalog at the Brooke Alexander Gallery New York City November 1977 through January 1978. The work on the envelope is stored in the original envelope shipped in 1977 by Brooke Alexander, Inc. including the original postage, postmark and return address.
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