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Jim Dine Art

American, b. 1935

The Ohio-born artist Jim Dine brought his ever-shifting, multidisciplinary vision to New York in 1958, a time of transition in the American art world. Abstract Expressionism, which had dominated the scene for years, was on the wane, and a group of young artists, including Dine, Allan Kaprow, Jasper Johns and Robert Rauschenberg, was eager to replace it with a movement that flipped the traditional rules of art-making on their head.

Beyond dissolving the boundaries between mediums and genres, attaching found objects and detritus to their canvases, these revolutionaries began staging performative “happenings” in public spaces, redefining the very definition of a work of art. As Pop art took form, Dine used objects with personal significance, like his paintbrushes, to transform his paintings into two-dimensional sculptures. He was included in the Norton Simon Museum’s 1962 “New Painting of Objects,” often considered the first true Pop art exhibition in America, but he remained a chameleon, constantly changing his style, material and technique.

More than his contemporaries, Dine has forged new paths in drawing, scrawling words and names across the canvas to create graphic, abstract landscapes. He is obsessed by certain motifs — such as hearts and his own bathrobe — which recur in various forms throughout his oeuvre. He has occasionally worked in classical genres, such as portraiture, as exemplified by the 1980 aquatint Nancy Outside in July. He has also co-opted the bold, graphic vocabulary of advertising and commercials, as in the sleek 2010 composition Gay Laughter at the Wake.

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Artist: Jim Dine
GLYPTOTEK
By Jim Dine
Located in Portland, ME
Dine, Jim. GLYPTOTEK. Intaglios, 1988. Pace Editions, Waddington Graphics, and Jim Dine, NY and London, 1988. Edition of 90 plus 10 Artist's Proofs, of which this is Number 76. Signe...
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1980s Jim Dine Art

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Intaglio

Dutch Hearts
By Jim Dine
Located in Toronto, Ontario
Jim Dine was one of the key artists who defined American Pop Art in the 1960s. Like Jasper Johns and Andy Warhol, Dine appropriated quintessential American images and icons. He used ubiquitous and familiar forms, like tools, food, and stylized clothing, as the basis for bold and colorful compositions inspired by Dada assemblage, Abstract Expressionism, and collage techniques. The "Heart" is the most celebrated icon in Dine's oeuvre. He uses its motif to explore pattern, color, and texture across mediums. This classic and iconic example of Jim Dine's hearts from his most sought-after period. Four coral hearts, adorned with flecks of blood orange, hover in the center of the work. The background features tactile grapefruit splotches that dance across the sheet to reveal and accentuate stretches of negative space. The result is a striking illusion of depth that simultaneously camouflages the hearts and accelerates them to the foreground of the work. Questions about this piece? Contact us. or visit our Toronto gallery on Thursdays or by appointment. "Dutch Hearts...
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1970s Pop Art Jim Dine Art

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Lithograph

Rare 1963 Italian exhibition poster of 27 top artists (Hand Signed by Jim Dine)
By Jim Dine
Located in New York, NY
A true collectors' item! Jim Dine, Jackson Pollock, Arshile Gorky, Roberto Matta, Sam Francis, Mark Rothko, Franz Kline, Kenneth Noland, Robert Rauschenberg, Jasper Johns, Joan Mitchell, Helen Frankenthaler, John Hultberg, Adolph Gottlieb, Paul Jenkins, Hassel Smith, Jack Youngerman, Ray Parker, Cy Twombly, Philip Guston, Robert Motherwell, Louise Nevelson, Larry Rivers, Mark Tobey, David Budd, Hans Hofmann, and Various Artists Exhibition of 27 international artist (Hand Signed by Jim Dine) Offset Lithograph invitation Hand signed by Jim Dine on the front -signed in person for the present owner, so provenance is direct. 12.25 x 16.75 inches Unframed Uniquely signed. We acquired this historic 1963 invitation and then Jim Dine graciously signed it for us in black marker - as he was/is the only artist of the entire group who was still alive. We know of no other one in the entire world with any hand signature by any of the artists exhibited. This very rare invitation/poster was published on the occasion of this important 1963 exhibition of American painting at the Galleria Ariete, Mostra n. 94, in Milan, Italy. The roster of artists represented is literally a Who's Who of American Abstract Expressionists of the era. The Galleria dell'Ariete in Milan, Italy, opened in 1955, and ran an active exhibition until its closing in the mid-1980s. It was among the most important galleries in Italy for contemporary art, and had extensive connections with dealers, collectors, artists, and critics in Europe, the United States, and Japan. Beatrice Monti della Corte opened the Galleria dell'Ariete at Via San Andrea, 5, Milan, Italy in 1955, when she was twenty-five years old, principally as a showplace for modern art; Galleria dell'Ariete rapidly became one of the foremost Italian galleries...
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Mid-20th Century Abstract Jim Dine Art

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Lithograph, Offset

Pinocchio
By Jim Dine
Located in New York, NY
This is a silkscreen and woodcut print created in 2007. It is signed and numbered in graphite from the edition of 118 (plus 18 APs). This print comes directly from the publisher, Lin...
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Early 2000s Pop Art Jim Dine Art

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Screen, Woodcut

Jim Dine- Five Feet of Colorful Tools
By Jim Dine
Located in Brooklyn, NY
"The Tel-Avic Museum hosts the Museum Modern Art Museum of NY February April 1980 in a retrospective of American Art in the 20th Century" Poster created for a retrospective exhibitio...
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20th Century Pop Art Jim Dine Art

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Offset

8 Hearts / Look, Lt. Ed Off-set Lithograph with metallic paper collage overlay
By Jim Dine
Located in New York, NY
Jim Dine 8 Hearts / Look, Off-set Lithograph with metallic paper collage overlay Galerie Thomas exhibition print, 1970 Color lithograph and offset lithograph on wove paper Plate sign...
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1970s Pop Art Jim Dine Art

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Lithograph, Offset

Jim Dine-Paintings, Drawings and Etchings
By Jim Dine
Located in Brooklyn, NY
Jim Dine's connection with Williams College in Williamstown, Massachusetts, and his poster featuring a robe are intriguing aspects of his artistic career and collaborations. In 1976...
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20th Century Pop Art Jim Dine Art

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Offset

Jim Dine Study of Pigs for the Oo La La portfolio box with Ron Padgett blue
By Jim Dine
Located in New York, NY
This drawing is a study for the portfolio box from the Jim Dine Oo La La portfolio of 15 lithographs printed offset from zinc plates. The portfolio was produced in collaboration with Ron Padgett and published by Petersburg Press, London. An image of the portfolio cover can be found in the listing photos. The late 1960s and early 70s saw Dine’s interest in literary pursuits grow: he illustrated and published a book of his own poetry entitled Welcome Home Lovebirds (Trigram Press, 1969), and he provided drawings and photographs for the publications of Padgett and other New York School poets: Ron Padgett’s translation of Apollinaire’s "Le Poète Assassiné” (Holt, Rinehart, and Winston, 1968), Ron Padgett and Tom Clark’s Bun (Angel Hair, 1968), and Fragment, by Ted Berrigan (Cape Goliard Press, London 1969). Cape Golliard also published a stylish monograph in 1970 reproducing photographs and drawings titled "The Adventures of Mr and Mrs Jim and Ron". In 1966, police raided a Jim Dine exhibition in London at the Robert Fraser Gallery. Fraser was charged under the Obscene Publications act and Dine was found to be indecent. After a meteoric rise to artistic prominence in New York, Dine had tired of the city’s intense art scene, and this incident was the final straw. He moved with his family to London in 1967 and began producing work at Petersburg Press, where he would become a longtime collaborator. As a student, Dine had cited the great American poets, Ron Padgett, Robert Creeley and Ted Berrigan, of the New York School as early inspirations, and in London, he eagerly took the opportunity to work with Padgett at Petersburg Press. Jim Dine, Study of Pigs for the Oo La La portfolio box 1970 Unique unsigned drawing...
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1970s Pop Art Jim Dine Art

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Oil Pastel, Graphite

Jim Dine-The Cardinal Red Robe
By Jim Dine
Located in Brooklyn, NY
Jim Dine's exhibition at the Walker Art Center in 1984, featuring a poster representing a Cardinal Robe in dark red, marked a significant moment in the artist's career and the cultur...
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20th Century Pop Art Jim Dine Art

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Offset

Self Portrait in a Flat Cap (winter) first state
By Jim Dine
Located in New York, NY
Jim Dine, Self Portrait in a Flat Cap (winter) first state 1974 Etching from one 27.0 x 33.0 cm (10⅝ x 13 inch) copper plate Printed in black on sheet of 76.2 x 55.9 cm / 30 x 22 in ...
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1970s Pop Art Jim Dine Art

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Etching

Jim Dine-Monotypes et Gravures Les Coeurs de Jim Dine
By Jim Dine
Located in Brooklyn, NY
Colored Hearts by Jim Dine, Published by Galerie Maeght, France, 1984 In 1984, Galerie Maeght in France published a series of artworks by Jim Dine featuring colored hearts—a subject...
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20th Century Pop Art Jim Dine Art

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Offset

Jim Dine print for The Paris Review'
By Jim Dine
Located in Brooklyn, NY
Paper Size: 40 x 26.5 inches ( 101.6 x 67.31 cm ) Image Size: 40 x 26.5 inches ( 101.6 x 67.31 cm ) In 1975, Jim Dine collaborated with the Paris Review, a renowned literary magazi...
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1970s Pop Art Jim Dine Art

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Screen

Jim Dine 'Pinocchio' SIGNED + NUMBERED
By Jim Dine
Located in Brooklyn, NY
Paper Size: 33 x 24.5 inches ( 83.82 x 62.23 cm ) Image Size: 30 x 21 inches ( 76.2 x 53.34 cm ) This fascinating piece of artwork by Jim Dine titled "Pinocchio," features a seven-co...
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Early 2000s Pop Art Jim Dine Art

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Mixed Media, Screen, Woodcut

Jim Dine-Venus de Milo at Memphis State
By Jim Dine
Located in Brooklyn, NY
Jim Dine's exhibition at the University Gallery at Memphis State in 1987, featuring a poster depicting two Venus de Milo figures side by side, is a notable event in the artist's care...
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20th Century Pop Art Jim Dine Art

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Offset

Study for the Rings on Dorian Gray's Hand from "The Picture of Dorian Gray"
By Jim Dine
Located in New York, NY
This print depicts a hand adorned with ornate jeweled rings, printed in teal turquoise. Underneath the hand is written “Study for the Rings on Dorian Gray’s Hand”. In Oscar Wilde’s novel The Picture of Dorian Gray...
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1960s Jim Dine Art

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Etching

Adjustable Spanner Wrench from Ten Winter Tools
By Jim Dine
Located in New York, NY
Classic Jim Dine tool iconography from Ten Winter Tools, 1973, this black and white lithograph pictures an adjustable spanner wrench sketched in outline...
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1970s Pop Art Jim Dine Art

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Lithograph

YELLOW CALLA LILLIES
By Jim Dine
Located in Portland, ME
Dine, Jim (American, born 1935). YELLOW CALLA LILLIES. D'Oench and Feinberg 19. Etching, soft-ground, drypoint, photogravure and electric tools, with hand-...
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1970s Jim Dine Art

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Etching, Drypoint

Wall (The Wolfman) by Jim Dine vintage retro monster cinema with king kong
By Jim Dine
Located in New York, NY
A delightful early Jim Dine etching picturing iconic 1940s Hollywood monster the Wolfman in neon green. With a broken red heart in the lower left and ...
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1960s Pop Art Jim Dine Art

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Aquatint, Etching

Jim Dine 'Shoe (Second State)' Signed, Limited Edition Etching Print
By Jim Dine
Located in San Rafael, CA
Jim Dine (American, born 1935) Shoe (second state of 3) (WC.104), 1973 Color etching on Japanese laid paper Signed in pencil Dated and annotated 'B.A.T.' (bon a tirer), aside from th...
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1970s Jim Dine Art

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Engraving

Rainbow Quilt Heart Pop Art Vintage Offset Lithograph Poster Jim Dine, Maeght
By Jim Dine
Located in Surfside, FL
Jim Dine, Monotypes et Gravures, Galerie Maeght, Paris, 1983. Vintage Offset Lithograph Poster American contemporary pop art. A colorful heart quilt in a rainbow of colors. Jim Dine...
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1980s Pop Art Jim Dine Art

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Lithograph, Offset

Self Portrait by Jim Dine (plate seven from Self Portraits portfolio 1971)
By Jim Dine
Located in New York, NY
Jim Dine, Self Portrait 1971 drypoint on Hodgkinson Hand Made Tone-Weave paper Paper 18 x 14 in. / 46 x 36 cm Plate 8 x 6 in. / 20 x 15 cm plate seven from Self Portraits (1971) port...
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1970s Realist Jim Dine Art

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Etching, Drypoint

Self Portrait by Jim Dine (plate four from Self Portraits portfolio 1971)
By Jim Dine
Located in New York, NY
Jim Dine, Self Portrait drypoint on Hodgkinson Hand Made Tone-Weave paper Paper 18 x 14 in. / 46 x 36 cm Plate 8 x 6 in. / 20 x 15 cm plate one from Self Portraits (1971) portfolio ...
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1970s Realist Jim Dine Art

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Etching, Drypoint

Limited Edition Williams College Museum exhibition poster on lithographic paper
By Jim Dine
Located in New York, NY
Jim Dine Limited Edition Williams College Museum Poster, 1976 Offset lithograph poster on off white wove paper Limited edition of 300 Published by Pace Editions, with copyright LARG...
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1970s Pop Art Jim Dine Art

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Lithograph, Offset

Watercolored By Jim Dine
By Jim Dine
Located in Miami, FL
TECHNICAL INFORMATION: Jim Dine Watercolored By Jim Dine 2015 Watercolor and copperplate etching 42 x 56 1/2 in. Edition of 6; each piece is unique Pencil signed, dated and numbered...
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2010s Pop Art Jim Dine Art

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Watercolor, Etching

Five Hearts for Channel 13 (Public Television), deluxe hand signed limited ed.
By Jim Dine
Located in New York, NY
Jim Dine Love for Channel 13 Lithograph. Hand signed and numbered recto 27 × 21 1/2 inches Edition 185/200 Signed and numbered 185/200 in graphite pencil on the recto Unframed Rarel...
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1960s Pop Art Jim Dine Art

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Lithograph, Offset, Pencil

Calico, Abstract Minimalist Screenprint by Jim Dine
By Jim Dine
Located in Long Island City, NY
Calico Jim Dine, American (1935) Portfolio: 11 Pop Artists III Date: 1965 Screenprint on Cartridge Paper, signed in pencil lower left Edition of 200 Size: 40 x 30 in. (101.6 x 76.2 c...
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1960s Jim Dine Art

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Screen

"Olympic Robe" Large colors lithograph
By Jim Dine
Located in San Francisco, CA
This artwork titled "Olympic Robe" From "Game of the XXIVth Olympic, Seoul" is an original colors lithograph on Wove paper by renown artist Jim Dine, b.1935. It is hand signed and nu...
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Late 20th Century Pop Art Jim Dine Art

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Lithograph

Ties - Lithograph by Jim Dine - 1976
By Jim Dine
Located in Roma, IT
Ties is a contemporary artwork realized by Jim Dine in 1976. Mixed colored lithograph.  Edition of 66/150.  The artwork is from the portfolio: Bathrobe, Hands, Ties, Saw, Rainbow,...
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1970s Contemporary Jim Dine Art

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Lithograph

"Cardinal" Limited Ed Jim Dine at Albright Knox Large Red Robe Pop Art poster
By Jim Dine
Located in New York, NY
"Cardinal" - Jim Dine at Albright Knox poster, 1984 LARGE: 40 inches (vertical) x 24 inches (horizontal) (Ships rolled in a tube measuring 36" x 6" ) Offset lithograph poster Limite...
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1980s Pop Art Jim Dine Art

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Lithograph, Offset

Jim Dine: Five Themes Limited edition red heart poster (Hand Signed by Jim Dine)
By Jim Dine
Located in New York, NY
Jim Dine: Five Themes (Hand Signed), 1985 Offset lithograph. Hand signed by Jim Dine Boldly signed by Jim Dine for the gallery in black marker on the front. 35 × 23 inches Unframed H...
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1980s Pop Art Jim Dine Art

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Lithograph, Offset, Permanent Marker

Four Hearts, rare poster, The Baltimore Museum of Art (Hand Signed by Jim Dine)
By Jim Dine
Located in New York, NY
Jim Dine Hearts (Hand Signed), 1983 Offset lithograph 28 × 22 inches Boldly signed in black marker on the front Unframed This vintage hand signed 1983 poster...
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1980s Pop Art Jim Dine Art

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Offset, Permanent Marker, Lithograph

The Red Boots on a Black Ground, 1968 ORIGINAL SERIGRAPH
By Jim Dine
Located in Brooklyn, NY
"The Red Boots on a Black Ground, 1968" by Jim Dine This silkscreen print was created in 1968 by Multiples for a 1969 calendar featuring twelve major Pop artists. It is a small edit...
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1960s Pop Art Jim Dine Art

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Screen

Pink Heart: Metropolitan Opera Centennial 1883-1983 lithographic Pop Art poster
By Jim Dine
Located in New York, NY
Jim Dine Metropolitan Opera Centennial 1883-1983 poster, 1983 Offset lithograph poster; unsigned 46 × 29 inches Unframed This limited edition poster was pu...
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1980s Pop Art Jim Dine Art

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Lithograph, Offset

Gilbert & Sullivan Signed and numbered screenprint for the New York City Center
By Jim Dine
Located in New York, NY
Jim Dine Gilbert & Sullivan, 1968 Color Silkscreen on wove paper 35 × 25 inches Edition 6/144 Hand-signed by artist, signed, dated and numbered 6/144 lower left New York City Center ...
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1960s Pop Art Jim Dine Art

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Screen, Permanent Marker

Sybil in Her Dressing Room, Modern Lithograph by Jim Dine
By Jim Dine
Located in Long Island City, NY
A lithograph by Jim Dine depicting a blond woman in a state of undress. Above her, the text reads "Sybil in her dressing room" in all capital letters. This print is signed in pencil ...
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1960s Jim Dine Art

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Lithograph

Two hearts with hand coloring in oil stick, signed & numbered (unique variation)
By Jim Dine
Located in New York, NY
Jim Dine The Christmas Print (Burg, 26), 2001 Drypoint, direct gravure, etching over offset lithograph with hand coloring by artist in oil stick, on T.H. Saunders paper, the full she...
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Early 2000s Pop Art Jim Dine Art

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Offset, Etching, Drypoint, Engraving, Oil, Mixed Media, Oil Crayon

Dorian Gray, Modern Lithograph by Jim Dine
By Jim Dine
Located in Long Island City, NY
A lithograph by Jim Dine depicting a figure standing in the center of the composition. Although they are faceless, they are ornately decorated in a long dress made of rainbow strings...
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1960s Jim Dine Art

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Lithograph

Hose Lamp, Modern Lithograph by Jim Dine
By Jim Dine
Located in Long Island City, NY
An abstract composition of several long black lines that end with a bright yellow bulb. In the upper right is a more detailed view of one of the bulbs. This lithograph is signed in p...
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1960s Jim Dine Art

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Lithograph

Basil in Black Leather Suit, Modern Lithograph by Jim Dine
By Jim Dine
Located in Long Island City, NY
A lithograph by Jim Dine depicting a figure standing off to one side, looking down. Below them, the text reads "Basil in black leather suit" in all capital letters. This print is sig...
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1960s Jim Dine Art

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Lithograph

The Old Professor (Oo La La) Jim Dine lithograph and Ron Padgett poetry
By Jim Dine
Located in New York, NY
Bright orange leaps up like flames, or swaying grass, over which hovers a large-eyed bee sketched in black and orange. Over the fire-red in neat handwriting Ron Padgett...
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1970s Pop Art Jim Dine Art

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Lithograph

The Astra Tool /// Contemporary Pop Art Jim Dine Wrench Lithograph Colorful NY
By Jim Dine
Located in Saint Augustine, FL
Artist: Jim Dine (American, 1935-) Title: "The Astra Tool" Portfolio: The Astra Set *Numbered, signed, and dated by Dine in pencil lower right Year: 1985 Medium: Original Lithograph with Relief Printing on Rives BFK paper Limited edition: 185/400, (there were also 50 artist's proofs) Printer: Hansjörg Mayer of Staib & Mayer, Stuttgart, Germany Publisher: AB Astra and the artist Dine himself in association with Waddington Graphics, London, UK and Pace Editions, Inc., New York, NY Reference: "The Astra-Dine Collaboration" - Wright No. 5, page 56-57 Framing: Recently framed in a contemporary oak moulding with a 100% cotton rag mat Framed size: 36.63" x 30.63" Sheet size: 35.13" x 25" Image size: 23.82" x 19.88" Condition: Light UV stain to sheet. In excellent condition with strong colors Notes: Provenance: private collection - Norwich, UK. Comes from Dine's 1985-1986 "The Astra Set" portfolio of five lithographs with relief printing from hand-drawn mylar overlays. The five works include "The Mighty Robe I", "The Confetti Heart...
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1980s Pop Art Jim Dine Art

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Lithograph

original lithograph
By Jim Dine
Located in Henderson, NV
Medium: original lithograph (in two sections). Printed in 1964 and published by Eberhard Kornfeld for the 1 Cent Life portfolio in an edition of 2000. Size: 16 1/4 x 22 3/4 inches (4...
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1960s Pop Art Jim Dine Art

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Lithograph

Robe Against Desert Sky
By Jim Dine
Located in Palm Desert, CA
"Robe Against Desert Sky" is a lithograph and screenprint with handcoloring made by Jim Dine in 1979. It is number 2 from an edition of 17. The work is signed and dated in pencil, lo...
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Late 20th Century Pop Art Jim Dine Art

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Lithograph, Screen

Vintage Jim Dine Green Bathrobe exhibition poster, 1970s retro pop art font
By Jim Dine
Located in New York, NY
This original, vintage poster on poster stock features one of Jim Dine's most iconic motifs: the bathrobe. In 1964, Dine saw an ad in the New York Times: “The ad shows a robe with the man airbrushed out of it. There was nobody in the bathrobe, but when I saw it, it looked like me.” Standing in for the artist's own body and rife with personal meaning, it provides a framework for limitless formal and stylistic experimentation. Here, the garment is colored bright green and defined by variegated black lines. Numbers label each part of the robe as in an anatomical chart. Bold black lettering reads Jim Dine, Petersburg Press...
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1970s Pop Art Jim Dine Art

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Paper, Offset

Toolbox 8
By Jim Dine
Located in San Luis Obispo, CA
Since the 1950s, Jim Dine’s expansive multimedia practice has spanned painting, drawing, printmaking, sculpture, photography, poetry, and performance. Dine was a pioneering member of the Happenings movement alongside artists such as Claes Oldenburg and Allan Kaprow...
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1960s Pop Art Jim Dine Art

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Lithograph

"Two Hearts at Sunset" by Jim Dine, 2005
By Jim Dine
Located in Hinsdale, IL
Jim Dine (B. 1935) "TWO HEARTS AT SUNSET" Lithograph in colors on wove paper, c. 2005 Signed and dated in white pencil, lower margin on wove paper This impression 68 from the edition...
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Early 2000s Abstract Expressionist Jim Dine Art

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Lithograph

Homage to Kenneth Koch with Hearts, Bread Sky - Pop Art print showing food, love
By Jim Dine
Located in New York, NY
Jim Dine Kenneth Koch Homage (Oh Scarf of Paradise, Blue Sky is Bread to the Scarf), 1966 Color lithograph on blue grey wove paper with deckled edges 37 × 24 1/2 inches Pencil signed...
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1960s Pop Art Jim Dine Art

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Lithograph, Pencil

Dexter and Gus
By Jim Dine
Located in New York, NY
Overall excellent condition!
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Early 2000s Jim Dine Art

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Etching, Aquatint, Woodcut

Galerie Maeght exhibition abstract colorful heart poster limited edition of 500
By Jim Dine
Located in New York, NY
Jim Dine Galerie Maeght exhibition print, 1983 Lithograph and offset lithograph Signed in plate 31 1/4 × 21 inches Limited Edition of 500 Unframed Th...
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1980s Pop Art Jim Dine Art

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Lithograph, Offset

The Robert Fraser Gallery Print (famous Deluxe Edition of the Swinging Sixties)
By Jim Dine
Located in New York, NY
Jim Dine The Robert Fraser Gallery Print, 1965 Lithograph on wove paper (Deluxe hand signed limited edition) Hand signed and numbered 75/100 in graphite by Jim Dine lower right front 31 3/4 × 20 1/4 inches Unframed This cool Jim Dine lithograph was published on the occasion of his historic London exhibition at the Robert Fraser Gallery in June 1965. This work is hand signed and numbered by the artist from the limited edition of 100 - Deluxe signed limited edition (apart from the poster edition which was unsigned). In late 1966, after showing Dine’s works, the Fraser Gallery was served a summons under an antiquated vagrancy law that prohibited the public display of “obscene” material. As a statement issued by the gallery at that time indicated, 21 of Dine’s drawings, “some of them showing various parts of the human body, were seized by the police,” along with copies of the exhibition’s catalog. A court later ruled the exhibition, but not the confiscated artworks, to have been indecent and charged Fraser a fine. A 2015 article in Hypoallergic recounts how Robert Fraser, referring to the British government’s heavy-handedness, sent a telegram to Dine in the U.S. It stated, “REGINA VERSUS VAGINA. LOVE, ROBERT.” Eton-educated Robert Fraser - known as "Groovy Bob" (the title of a later biography on him) was the son of a wealthy financier (his father was a trustee of the Tate Gallery) who set his son up as a gallerist in the heart of London. Fraser would become known as one of the top dealers and promoters of Pop Art in London during the Swinging Sixties...
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1960s Pop Art Jim Dine Art

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Lithograph

Dorian Gray at Opium Den from "The Picture of Dorian Gray" surreal portrait
By Jim Dine
Located in New York, NY
This surreal etching portrait of Dorian Gray by Jim Dine in blue ink features the literary protagonist dressed in a white suit. His face is obscured by a mass of hair, tangles of which seem to grow from the sleeves, pant legs, and from beneath the jacket. Dine's notes are written on the image: at his feet reading "WHITE BOOTS" and "White Vinyl Suit" alongside the jacket. On the left edge of the image handwritten text reads "DORIAN GRAY AT OPIUM DEN". In Oscar Wilde's novel Dorian Gray keeps opium in an ornate box in his home, and frequents sites of consumption on the East side of London: “There were opium dens where one could buy oblivion, dens of horror where the memory of old sins could be destroyed by the madness of sins that were new”. An opium den is where Sybil's brother James discovers Dorian. The brother attempts to capture the man he believes is responsible for the death of his sister. Dorian flees to his home, ultimately slashing the portrait that has kept him young for so long. Etching by Jim Dine from one of his most important artist’s books – completely designed and illustrated by Dine. Study for the Rings on Dorian Gray’s Hand from “The Picture of Dorian Gray...
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1960s Modern Jim Dine Art

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Etching

Rancho Woodcut Heart, 1982
By Jim Dine
Located in Palo Alto, CA
One of Jim Dine’s most iconic motifs, the romantic Rancho Woodcut Heart work illustrates the story of hope and love through a symbolic image of a large red heart. With the contrast o...
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1980s Modern Jim Dine Art

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Woodcut

Dutch Hearts
By Jim Dine
Located in Toronto, Ontario
Jim Dine was one of the key artists that defined American Pop Art in the 1960s. Like Jasper Johns and Andy Warhol, Dine appropriated quintessential American images and icons. He used ubiquitous and familiar forms, like tools, food, and stylized clothing, as the basis for bold and colorful compositions inspired by Dada assemblage, Abstract Expressionism, and collage techniques. The "Heart" is the most celebrated icon in Dine's oeuvre. He uses its motif to explore pattern, color, and texture in both two-dimensions and sculpture. This is a classic and iconic example of Jim Dine's hearts from his most sought-after period. Questions about this piece? Contact us. "Dutch Hearts...
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1970s Pop Art Jim Dine Art

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Lithograph

Jim Dine Basil in Black Leather Suit from "The Picture of Dorian Gray" fashion
By Jim Dine
Located in New York, NY
Pictured in this monochromatic Jim Dine lithograph is Basil Hallward, the artist companion of Dorian Gray in Oscar Wilde's novel The Picture of Dorian Gray...
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1960s Pop Art Jim Dine Art

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Lithograph

Sunflower Heart
By Jim Dine
Located in Hinsdale, IL
Sunflower Heart from Jim Dine's 2005 Suite. Lithograph in colors, on BFK Rives paper, signed in pencil edition 25/200. This piece is framed and matted in white. 2005 Suite Publishe...
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21st Century and Contemporary Expressionist Jim Dine Art

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Lithograph

Nancy outside in july XXIII - Original handsigned etching
By Jim Dine
Located in Paris, FR
Jim DINE (1935) Nancy outside in july XXIII, 1981 Original etching with aquatint Signed in pencil Justified AP (artist proof) On handmade paper 90 x 62 cm (c. 36 x 25in) INFORMATIO...
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1980s American Modern Jim Dine Art

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Etching, Aquatint

Untitled Stockholm print, from the Castelli Sonnabend Collection signed/numbered
By Jim Dine
Located in New York, NY
Jim Dine Untitled from the Castelli Sonnabend Collection, 1973 Screenprint on rag paper in original portfolio sleeve Hand signed and numbered 158/300 by Jim Dine on the front. Printe...
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1970s Pop Art Jim Dine Art

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Rag Paper, Screen, Pencil

Galerie Mikro rare rainbow European Pop Art poster (hand signed by Jim Dine)
By Jim Dine
Located in New York, NY
Jim Dine Complete Graphics poster (hand signed by Jim Dine), 1970 Offset lithograph poster (hand signed by Jim Dine) 39 1/2 × 26 inches Frame included: held in the original vintage m...
Category

1970s Pop Art Jim Dine Art

Materials

Offset, Ink, Lithograph

Jim Dine art for sale on 1stDibs.

Find a wide variety of authentic Jim Dine art available for sale on 1stDibs. If you’re browsing the collection of art to introduce a pop of color in a neutral corner of your living room or bedroom, you can find work that includes elements of pink, blue, orange and other colors. You can also browse by medium to find art by Jim Dine in lithograph, offset print, etching and more. Much of the original work by this artist or collective was created during the 20th century and is mostly associated with the Pop Art style. Not every interior allows for large Jim Dine art, so small editions measuring 2 inches across are available. Customers who are interested in this artist might also find the work of Mark Kostabi, Red Grooms, and James Rosenquist. Jim Dine art prices can differ depending upon medium, time period and other attributes. On 1stDibs, the price for these items starts at $125 and tops out at $325,000, while the average work can sell for $2,800.
Questions About Jim Dine Art
  • 1stDibs ExpertMarch 22, 2022
    Yes, Jim Dine is still making art as of December 2021. The American artist has created paintings, drawings, prints, sculptures and photographs over the past 60 years. In January 2021, the Galerie Templon in Paris, France, held a new exhibition of his work entitled “A Day Longer.” On 1stDibs, find a selection of Jim Dine art.
  • 1stDibs ExpertMarch 22, 2022
    Jim Dines' most famous piece of art is The Smiling Workman. It was one of the artist's short art performances known as Happenings. During the 30-second performance, he painted the words "I love what I'm doing, HELP" on a canvas while covered in paint and drinking tomato juice meant to symbolize paint from a glass. On 1stDibs, find a variety of Jim Dine art.
  • 1stDibs ExpertApril 5, 2022
    Jim Dine produced collages, paintings, prints, sculptures and photographs. He also gave art performances. His work reflects characteristics of Abstract Expressionism, Neo-Dadaism and Pop art. You'll find a collection of Jim Dine art from some of the world’s top sellers on 1stDibs.
  • 1stDibs ExpertFebruary 22, 2021
    Jim Dine painted hearts because he was a self-described romantic artist. He embraced the heart because he believed it was a shape with boundless possibilities and a complex meaning. He explored relationships of color, texture and composition through the heart.
  • 1stDibs ExpertFebruary 27, 2024
    Jim Dine drew tools for several reasons. He believes that tools connect humans with the past, and he is interested in capturing the history of humanity through the tools used by previous generations in his art. In addition, tools hold personal significance for Dine, whose family owned a hardware store in Cincinnati, Ohio. On 1stDibs, find a collection of Jim Dine art.

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