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RAY JOHNSON COMMEMORATIVE

by Jas, 1996

Twenty ungummed & perforated black on white artistamps: 2.7 x 2.6cm each.
Issued in a full sheet (11 x 8.5") of 20 in 5 rows of 4.
Offset print, signed edition of 100, numbered a/p.

This issue commemorates the life and art of
American artist Ray Johnson (1927-1995),
Ray Johnson was one of the earliest of the Pop Artists.
He became known for his creation of whimsical works known as "mail art",
art he created out of scraps of correspondence.
Ray founded the now famous New York Correspondence School in 1968.

Permanent Collection
Gift of the Artist




Copyright 1995 Jas W Felter, all rights reserved.