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Jim Dime Etching “Bathrobe”, from New York 10 ‘M.26’ SOLD

$4,475.00

Jim Dime (B. 1935) “Bathrobe”, from New York 10 ‘M.26’. Etching, 1965.
Measures: 25.5″ H X 19.75″ W.
Signed and dated in pencil.
Numbered 93/200.

An iconic “Bathrobe” etching by this renowned pop artist produced in shades of gray and matted and presented in a brushed chrome frame, in many ways reminiscent of his famous autobiographic series of works in which he depicted several of his personal day to day objects as symbols of himself thereby creating this autobiographic self-portrait: A very typical and important work from his famous Pop Art years of 1959-1960. With custom gallery chrome frame.
From the estate of Maxine Pines.
Jim Dine (born June 16 1935 in Cincinnati,Ohio) American painter, graphic artist, sculptor, and poet who emerged during the Pop art period as an innovative creator of works that combine the painted canvas with ordinary objects of daily life. His subjects have included plants, animals, figures, puppets, and self-portraits, and his iconic depictions of hearts, tools, and robes have become the hallmark of his oeuvre. Characteristically, these objects were Dine’s personal possessions. This autobiographical content was evident in Dine’s early Crash series of 1959–1960 and appeared as well in subsequent recurrent themes and images, such as the Palettes, Hearts, and bathrobe self-portraits. Over the past 50 years Dine has created a wide breadth of work: Drawings, works on paper, paintings, assemblages, and sculpture.

Additional Information

Country of Origin:

United States

Year:

Circa 1965

Condition:

Excellent

Width:

19.75 in.

Height:

25.5 in.

Depth:

1.25 in.

In Stock:

1

Reference:

LU79345744463

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Additional Information

Country of Origin:

United States

Year:

Circa 1965

Condition:

Excellent

Width:

19.75 in.

Height:

25.5 in.

Depth:

1.25 in.

In Stock:

1

Reference:

LU79345744463