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.  

Like Jasper Johns and Andy Warhol, Dine embraced quintessential American images and icons. He used these ubiquitous and familiar forms as the basis for bold and colorful compositions that flirted with abstraction.

His most cherished work are variations and explorations of the heart motif. 

In ‚ÄúThe World (for Ann Waldman)‚ÄĚ Dine again demonstrates his dynamic use and understanding of color, text and collage. This is one of the largest and most colorful versions of a heart print that Dine created.¬†

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‚ÄúThe World (for Ann Waldman)‚ÄĚ

USA, 1971/72

Signed, dated, and numbered by the artist

Lithograph, screen print, blockprint and collage, spray paint, and handwritten titles in graphite

Publisher: Petersburg Press, London 

From an edition of 100

30.5"H 40"W (work)

39"H 48"W (framed)

Framed with plexiglass

Very good condition.  

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