Jim Dine:
Painting "The Magnets" (2010)

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Jim Dine:
Painting "The Magnets" (2010)

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Limited, 15 copies | Numbered | Signed | Color etching on handmade paper | Framed | Format 105 x 142 cm

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Jim Dine: Painting "The Magnets" (2010)

Jim Dine is one of the main pop-art representatives. One of his best-known subjects is the heart, which he stages in various ways.

Original color etching, 2010. Edition: 15 copies on handmade paper, numbered and signed by hand. Motif size 86,5 x 125 cm. Sheet format 99,3 x 136 cm. A format in the frame 105 x 142 cm as illustrated.

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The pop art artist Jim Dine was born on 16.06.1935 in Cincinnati/Ohio. The painter, sculptor, graphic and happening artist, who became world-known due to his virtuoso mastering of complex techniques, concluded in 1958 his study at the University of Cincinnati and the Boston Museum School. Between 1960 and 1965, he was guest professor at various American universities.

At the end of the sixties, Jim Dine came to New York, moving in the atmosphere of the emerging pop art. Together with Claes Oldenburg and Tom Wesselmann, he established a gallery in which he performed his first happenings, for which he became known later.

Today, Dine is appreciated mainly for his paintings and graphic works, being assigned to pop art. By his poetical writing and his personal fund of themes displaying always heart variations appear, he took a special place in the art history. Dine’s spontaneous painting gestures show his closeness to abstract expressionism and also to Dadaism and surrealism.

Exhibitions: The Museum of Modern Art, New York, Tate Gallery, London, Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, Centre Pompidou, Paris, Nelson-Atkins Art Museum, Kansas City, documenta, Kassel, Biennale, Venetia.

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