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Topic - Jasper Johns
Artist Jasper Johns delivered what prosecutors hope will be a masterpiece in their prosecution of a one-time successful foundry owner on charges he tried to sell a bronze sculpture of Johns' iconic 1960 "Flag" painting for $11 million and then copied works of two other artists for tens of thousands of dollars more.
Artist Jasper Johns will testify against a foundry owner charged with trying to sell a fake bronze sculpture of his iconic 1960 painting "Flag" for $11 million, a prosecutor told jurors at the opening of a federal criminal trial Wednesday.
A black skillet, a heat gun, pigments and beeswax take up a corner of LeRone Wilson's art studio in Harlem.
"almost like it's clay. That gives me different depths to the piece or different images that I want to portray," he said.
"It's a fun process because it's very sculptural," he said.