The next summer, Johns had a “fling” with Rachel Rosenthal, reborn as a performance artist and now living in LA.
While visiting the artist, the curators candidly asked Johns to allow MoMA to debut his newest, and then unfinished, collection.
Individual sketches reveal how Johns experimented with different techniques, trying to capture the right combinations.
It bothers me that Facebook knows that I graduated from high school in 1966, went to Johns Hopkins and graduated in 1970.
He is author-in-residence at Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies.
Then they were taken to the house of Johns Hatfield for the night.
Then you see the "Johns" moving along from house to house, selling their stuffs.
There were assuredly a score of Johns in Caio when my father lived, and say that each had five children.
At this moment the door was burst open, and Johns master entered.
Johns doings, said Hetty, pushing a cushioned arm-chair nearer the fire.
masc. proper name, mid-12c., from Medieval Latin Johannes, from Late Latin Joannes, from Greek Ioannes, from Hebrew Yohanan (longer form y'hohanan) literally "Jehovah has favored," from hanan "he was gracious."
As the name of John the Baptist and John the Evangelist, it was one of the most common Christian given names, and in England by early 14c. it rivaled William in popularity. The Old French form was Jean, but in England its variants Johan, Jehan yielded Jan, Jen (cf. surname Jensen). Welsh form was Ieuan (see Evan), but Ioan was adopted for the Welsh Authorized Version of the Bible, hence frequency of Jones as a Welsh surname.
A toilet; can: I made a brief visit to the john
[1930s+; probably an amusing euphemism for jack or jakes, 16th-century terms for toilet; some say fr Sir John Harington (1561–1612), who originated a form of water closet, but evidence for the attribution is lacking; cuzjohn, ''cousin john,'' in the same sense is found in 1735]
An Army lieutenant (WWII Army)