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Richard Pettibone "Jasper Johns Three Flags 1958", 2001 Unique Appropriation Signed Framed

Richard Pettibone "Jasper Johns Three Flags 1958", 2001 Unique Appropriation Signed Framed

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Richard Pettibone
"Jasper Johns Three Flags 1958", 2001
Unique digital inkjet print on paper
8 1/2 x 11 inches
Frame: 10 1/2 x 14 1/2 inches
Signed in felt-tip pen "Richard Pettibone" with date stamped in black "SEP 11 2001" lower right.
In archival metal frame with white mat and optium museum plexiglass

Private Collection, New York, acquired directly from the Artist

Richard Pettibone created this iconic unique Jasper Johns Appropriation in response to events of September 11th, ultimately completing a 2002 series of Appropriations of Jasper Johns 1958 Triple Flags encaustic on canvas masterpiece in the collection of The Whitney Museum of American Art, New York.

Signed & dated in felt tip pen on the lower recto "Richard Pettibone 9-11", this Richard Pettibone unique Jasper Johns Appropriation work on paper is floated in archival metal frame with optium museum acrylic® glazing to reduce reflection so the work is ready to hang and enjoy.

A similar Richard Pettibone Jasper Johns Appropriation on canvas featuring Four Flags fetched $100K at Sotheby's NY on September 27, 2017; view lot details above.  More recently another Richard Pettibone Unique Appropriation of Jasper Johns Three Flags, dated November 15, 2001, also on canvas, fetched $55,700 at Christie's New York on July 18, 2023; view lot details above. For reference, this eBay Lot is Unique Digital Inkjet Print on Paper that Richard Pettibone created September 11, 2001 as an Appropriation of Jasper Johns Triple Flags Painting in the collection of The Whitney Museum of American Art, New York. 

Roberta Smith: Imitations That Transcend Flattery, The New York Times:
For more more than 40 years, the artist Richard Pettibone has thought small in at least two ways. He has relentlessly produced exquisitely accurate pocket-size copies of modernist masterworks by artists from Duchamp and Brancusi to Lichtenstein and Warhol. In addition, he has seemed completely unperturbed by this apparent lack of originality. What has it gotten him? Certainly not the attention he deserves. 

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