John Lennon  (British, 1940-1980) 

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John Lennon, Bag One Portfolio

 

John Lennon
Bag One Portfolio
Peter Harrington
John Lennon, Borrowed Time

 

John Lennon
Borrowed Time
1988

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John Lennon, Bag One Menage a Trois

 

John Lennon
Bag One Menage a Trois
1969

Skot Foreman Fine Art
John Lennon, Bag One Erotica #8 Fellatio

 

John Lennon
Bag One Erotica #8 Fellatio
1969

Skot Foreman Fine Art
John Lennon, Bag One Poet's Page A-Z

 

John Lennon
Bag One Poet's Page A-Z
1969

Skot Foreman Fine Art
John Lennon, Bag One Erotic

 

John Lennon
Bag One Erotic
1969

Skot Foreman Fine Art
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John Lennon, Sketch

 

John Lennon
Sketch
drawing on album

 

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John Lennon, Bag One (set of 13 works)

 

John Lennon
Bag One (set of 13 works), 1970
lithographs

 

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John Lennon, Bed Peace

 

John Lennon
Bed Peace, 1970
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1940   Born in Liverpool, England
1957 - 1960   Attended the Liverpool Art Institute
1980   Died in New York, NY
  Musician, songwriter, poet, artist, philosopher. John Lennon created art forms that were vehicles for his message “human love and communication!”
  Art was Lennon's first love: he began drawing long before the Beatles became a full-time occupation. He continued to draw throughout his life. Lennon’s primary medium was line drawing either in pen, pencil, or Japanese sumi ink. His drawings became illustrations for three best-selling books that he wrote in the 60's. In addition, a complete suite of the “Bag One” portfolio of lithographs is in the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art in New York. His original drawings are also being collected by museums throughout the world.
  At the time of his death, John had saved and preserved several hundred drawings that he considered important. His drawings are whimsical yet poetic and are a commentary on his everyday life, his wife Yoko and their son.