Jasper Johns (b. 1930, American) "Three Flags" (1958) was created as a tiered arrangement of 3 canvases of the American flag, each having 48 stars because, at the time, Alaska and Hawaii had not yet become states. This 22 x 27 inch offset lithograph is a reproduction of the iconic work. Shipping is free in the USA. One of Johns most iconic body of work are his "Flag" series. The original of "Three Flags" is owned by and on view at the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York City. It is one of Johns’ earliest flag paintings and, as an encaustic work painted with a mixture of melted beeswax and pigment, it’s also one of his most delicate. The three canvases form a tiered arrangement, with each canvas approximately 25% smaller than the one below, thereby creating the appearance of a three-dimensional work.