Jim Dine is an American visual artist from Cincinnati. Dine studied at the University of Cincinnati and Ohio University. He makes pop art and is considered part of the Neo-Dada movement, where he is primarily known for creating “Happenings” along with John Cage, Allan Kaprow and Claes Oldenburg. Dine’s most commonly recurring motifs are hearts in bold, exuberant colors.
Jim Dine b.1935. Pinocchio. 1998, digital print and etching, hand-colored with synthetic polymer paint and charcoal. 42½ h × 27 w in. estimate: $2,000–3,000. Sheet measures: 47.25 h x 31.25 w inches. Signed, dated and numbered to lower margin ‘14/20 Jim Dine 1998’. This work is number 14 from the edition of 20 printed by Adamson Editions, Washington, DC and Spring Street Workshop, New York.
No. 129 of 276 copies, quarto size, 117 pp., signed by Jim Dine. "Wolf-Man" was the pseudonym given to Sergei Pankejeff (1886-1979), a Russian aristrocrat and patient of Sigmund Freud (1856-1939), named thus because of a dream Pankejeff had in his childhood, of a tree full of white wolves; the dream would become significant in the development of Freud's theories, particularly of psychosexual development, although Freud's interpretations of the dream have since been criticised for lacking objecti
Jim Dine (b.1935) Kali The book, 1999, comprising 15 etchings with aquatint, with title, text and justification pages, this copy signed on the title page and numbered from the edition of 30 in pencil on the justification, published by Enitharmon Press, London, all bound (as issued) within the original blue cloth covered boards with matching slipcase, together with a separate untitled etching, on wove, signed, dated and numbered from the edition of 30 in pencil, the full sheet loose as issued wi
JIM DINE (B. 1935) JIM DINE (B. 1935)The Crommelynck Gate (The Yearly Cry of the Women) signed, titled and dated ‘The Crommelynck Gate (The Yearly Cry of the Women) Jim Dine 1983’ (on the reverse)oil, plaster, Styrofoam, wood, hand pick, hammer and nails on canvas72 x 84 x 9.1/4 in. (182.9 x 213.4 x 23.5 cm.)Executed in 1983.
JIM DINE (B. 1935) JIM DINE (B. 1935)Crow #3etching and aquatint with power-tool abrasion, on blue-gray Japon paper Chine collé to Arches Cover Buff paper, 1994, signed and dated in pencil, numbered 14/15 (there were also seven artist's proofs), co-published by Pace Editions, Inc. and Waddington Graphics, New York and LondonImage: 42 x 33.3/8 in. (1066 x 848 mm.)Sheet: 49.5/8 x 39.1/2 in. (1262 x 1006 mm.)
58pp. Blue cloth covered boards with silver lettering on spine. Touch of sun fade to top edges of boards. Black end pages. Drawings by the author. No inscriptions. Appears hardly read. Unclipped dust jacket with photographs of the author at work taken by Nancy Dine. Blue lettering on front cover and also on white spine of dust jacket. Shelf wear to top of spine and slight wear also top and lower edges. Light toning to these edges on inside of dj.
"Art in Science" de Jim Dine, 1965 Sérigraphie non signée. La taille du papier est de 40 x 26 pouces, avec une taille d'image de 40 x 26 pouces. La sérigraphie provient d'une édition inconnue. et n'est pas encadrée. La condition a été notée B: Très bon état, avec des signes de manipulation ou de l'âge. Détails supplémentaires: Copie d'art et de science unique. Ceci est extrêmement rare et n'est plus disponible.
Affiche originale en lithographie, 1971 Signée au crayon par Dine Tirage 1000 exemplaires dont seulement 300 signés Format 77 x 56 cm REFERENCE : Catalog Dr. Herbert Fritz Lempert, Künstlerplakate Katalog 1980, Bonn 1979, no. 571. Très bon état
Jim DINE (Né en 1935) VENUS AND MOUSE - 1996 Bronze et bois peints Pièce unique Hauteur : 149,90 Largeur : 73,30 Profondeur : 73,30 cm Provenance : Guy Pieters, Knokke Acquis directement auprès de cette dernière par l'actuel propriétaire Expositions : Knokke, Galerie Guy Pieters, Jim Dine, août 2007, reproduit en couleur pp. 95-96 Commentaire : Painted bronze and wood; unique piece Estimation 130 000 - 150 000 €
First edition, one of 1,400 card wrapper copies (there was also an issue of 100 signed casebound copies). Small square 8vo. Unpaginated. Card wrappers featuring a hammer-shaped cut out designed by Jim Dine over glossy inner card covers revealing a photograph of the poet. A little quite light creasing to the fore edge of the yapped wrappers. A nice crisp copy in the original unprinted tissue protector, just a little nicked and discoloured. An elegant production, comprising nine poems presented in
Softcover. Behind the scenes with Sitbon at Rue du Mail. She's sort of an insider legend, but somewhat discreet so one doesn't usually hear much about her, so nice to get a volume dedicated to her work. Beck, Anna Sui, Craig McDean, Jim Dine, M/M, Sophia Coppola, Julie Verhoeven et al contribute. 4to, 176pp. Printed wraps. Numerous Colour and Black & White plates.
Texte: Ernst Günter Engelhard: 1970 - Die große Kunstdepression; Georg Jappe: Die Republik der Einzelgänger; John Anthony Thwaites: Das Rätsel Joseph Beuys; Eberhard Roters: Das Ende des Berliner Kunstvereins, Horst Richter: Die Kunstmärkte von Köln; Marianne Kesting: Das Happening als pseudoreligiöse Opferhandlung etc. Bilder / Bilderreihen von Sol LeWitt; Shusaku Arakawa, Heinz Mack, Gerhadr Richter, Claes Oldenburg, Edward Kienholz, Alain Jacquet, Jim Dine, Fritz Köthe, Hartmut Böhm, Günther
Double Silver Point Robes • 1964 • 53 1/2 x 96 in. • silverpoint and acrylic on 2 joined canvases, wood, knife, and string in artist's frame • INV. #11756 • Bathrobes appeared as a visual motif in Jim Dine’s paintings and prints beginning in 1964, when the artist saw a bathrobe advertisement in a newspaper. Early examples of his bathrobe paintings were identified in their titles as “self portraits.” As Dine later explained, “I probably visualized the axe, the log, and the bathrobe as an extensio