Jim Dine


Jim Dine (b. 1935) was one of the original artists that defined Pop Art in the 1960’s and redirected American art away from abstraction by including depictions of objects and items from daily life. 

Like Jasper Johns and Andy Warhol, Dine embraced quintessential American images and icons. He used recognizable forms as the basis for bold and colorful compositions that flirted with abstraction. Drawn to the familiar, Dine depicted everything from bathrobes, hearts, and Pinocchio. 

The "Heart" is the most celebrated icon in Dine's oeuvre and has recurred in works throughout his career. He uses the motif to explore pattern, color, and texture in both two-dimensions and sculpture.

Dine’s repetition of hearts is a unique point of reference for his work, demonstrating his artistic evolution as he reimagines the symbol throughout his career. This work emerged as part of this 30 year trajectory of Dine using hearts. 'Ginger and Uni' is emblematic of Dine’s aesthetic universe and evolution as an artist. 

Jim Dine was a prolific and experimental printmaker, working with different studios and technical approaches throughout his career. This work showcases his masterful ability to create texture and impact.  

‚ÄúGinger and Uni‚ÄĚ

USA, 1996

Signed, dated, and numbered by the artist

Woodcut, photoengraving and collagraph in colors, on Hahnem√ľhle paper, with full margins

28.75‚ÄĚH 23‚ÄĚW (work)

36.5"H 31"W (framed)

Framed with museum glass

Very good condition

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