JIM DINE "VEGETABLES 3" 1971
Caviar20 regularly handles Jim Dine multiples.
Our clients love his casual aesthetic, fun palette and his groovy sensibility.
Jim Dine (b. 1935) was one of the key artists that shaped American Pop Art in the 1960s. Like Jasper Johns and Andy Warhol, Dine appropriated quintessential American images and icons.
Yet curiously, during its heyday, Dine remained on the periphery of the Pop Art movement and was more of a prominent contributor of the “Happenings” movement alongside Claes Oldenburg and John Cage.
Over the succeeding decades, Dine has become most well-known for his painting and printmaking of objects like bathrobes, vegetables, rainbows, neckties, hearts, and tools reducing them to their essence or transforming them into abstract allusions.
Working with the illustrious Petersburg Press (London) Dine created the 8-part suite of "Vegetables" using a mix of collage and lithography.
This is a classic example of his aesthetic, process and a reminder of his enduring popularity internationally.
Dine's work can be found in important public collections around the world.
Both The Musée des Beaux Arts de Montreal and MoMA have examples of Dine's "Vegetables" in their permanent collections.
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Signed and numbered 2/96 by the artist.
Collage, pencil and lithograph on handmade paper
17.5"H 15.5"W (work)
31"H 29"W (framed)