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Artist: Jim Dine (American 1935-)

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Jim Dine, A Redheaded Fool Fine Art Reproduction Oil Painting
A Redheaded Fool
Jim Dine, Painting a Fortress for the Heart Fine Art Reproduction Oil Painting
Painting a Fortress for the Heart
Jim Dine, Untitled (Head) Fine Art Reproduction Oil Painting
Untitled (Head)
Jim Dine, Boxer in Eden (Voodoo) Fine Art Reproduction Oil Painting
Boxer in Eden (Voodoo)
Jim Dine, The Anchoress Fine Art Reproduction Oil Painting
The Anchoress
Jim Dine, The Sound of Your Cold Voice 1 Fine Art Reproduction Oil Painting
The Sound of Your Cold Voice 1
Jim Dine, The Sound of Your Cold Voice 2 Fine Art Reproduction Oil Painting
The Sound of Your Cold Voice 2
Jim Dine, The Sound of Your Cold Voice 3 Fine Art Reproduction Oil Painting
The Sound of Your Cold Voice 3
Jim Dine, The Sound of Your Cold Voice 4 Fine Art Reproduction Oil Painting
The Sound of Your Cold Voice 4
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Dine, Jim
Dine, Jim
1935-

Dine, Jim Biography

American painter, born in Cincinnati, Ohio, Dine studied at the University of Cincinnati, the Boston Museum School, and in 1957 received a bachelor of fine arts degree from Ohio University. After graduation, he moved to New York City and became involved with a circle of artists-including Robert Rauschenberg, Claes Oldenburg, and Roy Lichtenstein-whose work moved away from abstract expressionism toward pop art.

Like pop artists, Dine incorporated images of everyday objects in his art, but he diverged from the coldness and impersonal nature of pop art by making works that fused personal passions and everyday experiences. His repeated use of familiar and personally significant objects, such as a robe, hands, tools, and hearts, is a signature of his art.

In 1967 Dine and his family moved to London, England, when he returned to the United States in 1971, he concentrated on figure drawing. Dine is considered among the most accomplished draftsmen of his generation, and is known for his series of self-portraits and portraits of his wife, Nancy. Dine's attention turned to sculptural work in the early 1980s when he created sculptures based on the ancient sculpture Venus de Milo. His recent art uses imagery borrowed from ancient Greek, Egyptian, and African objects.

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