(1930-) American artist, influenced by Marcel Duchamp in the mid-1950s, he attempted to transform common objects into art by placing them in an art context. His flags and target images executed from 1954 to 1959 heralded the pop art movement. Johns based his painting technique on the informal brushwork and texture of abstract expressionism, attaching literal elements such as rulers and brooms to the canvas. From encyclopedia.com
The Art Institute of Chicago
Johns' gallery including size, medium and date.
The Art Story: Jasper Johns
Comprehensive biography covering his early training, mature and late periods, legacy and artistic influences.
Artchive: Jasper Johns
Biographical article and links to images.
Collection Tate: Jasper Johns
Analysis on some Johns' masterpieces.
Jasper Johns: A Retrospective
Exhibition at the MoMA, chronology, selected works, and bibliography.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Features the life, times, and works of art of the American artist through his biography and a slideshow presenting his works of art.
MoMA Collection: Jasper Johns
NGA: Jasper Johns
Provides a list of the American artist's prints and drawings including a biography.
Wikipedia: Jasper Johns
Biography, artworks and collection regarding the American artist.
Your Paintings - Jasper Johns
Provides a slideshow presenting Johns' artwork.
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