Jim Dine The Blue Heart 2005
Jim Dine The Blue Heart 2005
Jim Dine The Blue Heart 2005
Jim Dine The Blue Heart 2005

Jim Dine The Blue Heart

Artist: Jim Dine

Title: The Blue Heart

Portfolio: 2005 Suite

Medium: Original lithograph in colors on Rives BFK paper

Date: 2005

Edition: 22/200

Frame Size: 33" x 27"

Sheet Size: 20 1/2" x 26 1/2"

Signature: Hand signed



Jim Dine, The Blue Heart, 2005 Suite Portfolio, 2005, Signed, Original lithograph in colors on Rives BFK paper, Edition 22/200, 33" x 27" Framed Size, 20 1/2" x 26 1/2" Sheet Size,

Jim Dine was born in 1935 in Cincinnati, Ohio. A painter, printmaker, poet, and experimental artist, Dine is recognized as one of the leading artists in American pop art. Dine first studied painting in evening courses at the Cincinnati Art Academy while still in high school. He then attended the University of Cincinnati, the school of the Boston Museum of Fine Arts, and Ohio University. After moving to New York in 1959, he staged his first 'happening.' At the same time, he worked in paint, collage, and printmaking. Dine work has become highly personal and autobiographical. His bathrobe studies, for instance, are progressive self-portraits. Dine's graphic prints reflect his skill as a draftsman and his virtuosity as a painter. Dine often combines the two, but more often he has chosen to separate them so that some prints dramatically display his linear techniques and others his power as a painter. The Whitney Museum of American Art, Museum of Fine Arts in Dallas, and the Brandeis Museum are only a few public institutions permanently exhibiting Jim Dine's artwork.

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