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Cross Hatch, 1977

Screenprint on Patapar printing parchment
17 1/4 × 17 1/4 in
43.8 × 43.8 cm
Edition of 3000
This is an editioned multiple.
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Long Island City
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Jasper Johns’s first truly abstract artworks are his “Crosshatch” paintings and prints, which he …

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Jasper Johns’s first truly abstract artworks are his “Crosshatch” paintings and prints, which he developed from 1972 to 1983. These compositions feature hatched lines in various colors, though the term “Crosshatch” is a bit of a misnomer—Johns’s lines never cross over one another, but rather fit together like puzzle …

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Artist: Jasper Johns, American (1930 - )
Title: Cross Hatch (Untitled ULAE S.13)
Year: 1977
Medium: …

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Artist: Jasper Johns, American (1930 - )
Title: Cross Hatch (Untitled ULAE S.13)
Year: 1977
Medium: Screenprint on Patapar printing parchment
Edition: 3000
Image Size: 9 x 9 in.
Size: 12 in. x 12 in. (30.48 cm x 30.48 cm)
Frame Size: 17.25 x 17.25 inches

Published by Brooke Alexander, Inc., New York as Jasper Johns/ …

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Print
Condition
Excellent
Signature
Not signed
Certificate of authenticity
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Frame
Included
Publisher
Brooke Alexander, Inc., New York
Jasper Johns
American, b. 1930
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Jasper Johns's ongoing stylistic and technical experimentation place him at the forefront of American art. His richly textured paintings of maps, flags, numbers, and targets laid the groundwork for Pop art, Minimalism, and Conceptual art. In New York in the 1950s, Johns was part of a community of artists, including Robert Rauschenberg, seeking an alternative to the emotional nature of Abstract Expressionism. Influenced by Marcel Duchamp, Johns's early work paired the concerns of craft with familiar concrete imagery. His interest in process also led to innovations in lithography, screen-printing, etching and woodblock, using such materials as pencil, pen, brush, crayon, wax, and plaster to constantly challenge the technical possibilities of printmaking.

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Jasper Johns’s first truly abstract artworks are his “Crosshatch” paintings and prints, which he …

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Jasper Johns’s first truly abstract artworks are his “Crosshatch” paintings and prints, which he developed from 1972 to 1983. These compositions feature hatched lines in various colors, though the term “Crosshatch” is a bit of a misnomer—Johns’s lines never cross over one another, but rather fit together like puzzle …

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RoGallery
Long Island City
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Artist: Jasper Johns, American (1930 - )
Title: Cross Hatch (Untitled ULAE S.13)
Year: 1977
Medium: …

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Artist: Jasper Johns, American (1930 - )
Title: Cross Hatch (Untitled ULAE S.13)
Year: 1977
Medium: Screenprint on Patapar printing parchment
Edition: 3000
Image Size: 9 x 9 in.
Size: 12 in. x 12 in. (30.48 cm x 30.48 cm)
Frame Size: 17.25 x 17.25 inches

Published by Brooke Alexander, Inc., New York as Jasper Johns/ …

Read more
Medium
Print
Condition
Excellent
Signature
Not signed
Certificate of authenticity
Not included
Frame
Included
Publisher
Brooke Alexander, Inc., New York
Jasper Johns
American, b. 1930
Follow

Jasper Johns's ongoing stylistic and technical experimentation place him at the forefront of American art. His richly textured paintings of maps, flags, numbers, and targets laid the groundwork for Pop art, Minimalism, and Conceptual art. In New York in the 1950s, Johns was part of a community of artists, including Robert Rauschenberg, seeking an alternative to the emotional nature of Abstract Expressionism. Influenced by Marcel Duchamp, Johns's early work paired the concerns of craft with familiar concrete imagery. His interest in process also led to innovations in lithography, screen-printing, etching and woodblock, using such materials as pencil, pen, brush, crayon, wax, and plaster to constantly challenge the technical possibilities of printmaking.

Cross Hatch, 1977

Screenprint on Patapar printing parchment
17 1/4 × 17 1/4 in
43.8 × 43.8 cm
Edition of 3000
This is an editioned multiple.
Sold
Location
Long Island City
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