Jane Freilicher, John Ashbery, c. 1954, pen and ink on paper, 13¾ × 10⅞ inches. Private collection, courtesy the Flow Chart Foundation and Tibor de Nagy Gallery, New York. “She [Jane] is probably my favorite person in the world … Also everything she says is screamingly funny, although she doesn’t seem to intend it that way and I am always 
getting her in hot water by laughing at her gags in the presence of people who don’t seem to have noticed any humor going on.” 
— John Ashbery

Jane Freilicher, John Ashbery, c. 1954, pen and ink on paper, 13¾ × 10⅞ inches. Private collection, courtesy the Flow Chart Foundation and Tibor de Nagy Gallery, New York.

“She [Jane] is probably my favorite person in the world … Also everything she says is screamingly funny, although she doesn’t seem to intend it that way and I am always 
getting her in hot water by laughing at her gags in the presence of people who don’t seem to have noticed any humor going on.”

— John Ashbery

6 months ago

  1. poetbelikegod reblogged this from poetrysince1912
  2. sotheleavestrembled reblogged this from poetrysince1912
  3. colleenideabook reblogged this from poetrysince1912
  4. ofwinchestersandbowties reblogged this from poetrysince1912
  5. haunting-of-hill-house reblogged this from poetrysince1912
  6. artsy-runner reblogged this from werk1975
  7. werk1975 reblogged this from poetrysince1912
  8. theemperorsnightingale reblogged this from poetrysince1912
  9. photosynthesis-bitch reblogged this from thethepoetry
  10. go-megbowman-posts reblogged this from poetrysince1912
  11. nj-scum reblogged this from thethepoetry
  12. thethepoetry reblogged this from poetrysince1912
  13. chaozuo reblogged this from poetrysince1912
  14. nuncistandere reblogged this from poetrysince1912
  15. bluejay-love reblogged this from poetrysince1912