Richard Johnson (New York, 20th/21st C.) Brutalist abstract metal sculpture, circa 1985. Having an abstract form comprised of welded ninety degree angled metal plates. Measures 10in x 10in x 35in tall. Richard Johnson was born in Glen Cove, NY. He received a Masters of Art in Sculpture and Painting, at SUNY-Albany, 1982 and was an assistant to Richard Stankiewicz, known as the "Father of Junk Sculpture". Listed in "Who’s Who in American Art, 1999-2000".
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