The limited editions of the legendary Pop Art artist.
Jim Dine (1935) is considered a major representative of Pop Art.
The work of the U.S. painter, graphic artist, sculptor and man of letters spans more than sixty years. In the early days of Pop Art, Jim Dine emerged as an innovative creator of works that combined the canvas with ordinary everyday objects. Thus, his early work consists mainly of canvas works on which three-dimensional objects are attached.
Recurring themes in Jim Dine's works are memory, autobiographical reflections, exploration and critique of personal identity, and the body. Certain motifs recur in his work: the bathrobe, the figure of Pinocchio, ancient sculptures, tools, and the heart. He also incorporates these symbolically charged symbols into his coveted limited collector's editions.
Jim Dine on his art: "My attitude towards drawing is not necessarily about drawing. It's about making the best kind of image I can make, it's about talking as clearly as I can."
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