Jim Dine

The American artist Jim Dine (b. 1935)

is one of the most admired artists of the post-war period. Dine’s paintings, prints and sculptures have influenced generations of artists. A major contributor to the Pop Art movement of the 1960s, his prominence continues to grow. Consequently, numerous museum retrospectives have taken place in the USA, Europe and the Far East. Major exhibitions held at the Whitney Museum of American Art, the Guggenheim in New York, the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis and the Isetan Museum in Tokyo are amongst his most noteworthy.

Furthermore, his Enitharmon publications are amongst our most popular: The Bending of the Bow (1993), Kali (1999), Talking about Aldo (2008) and Jewish Fate (2016).

Products by Jim Dine

The Bending of the BowAdd to cart Jim DineThe Bending of the Bow £250
My Letter to the TroopsAdd to cart Jim DineMy Letter to the Troops £4,000
Jewish FateAdd to cart Jim DineJewish FateArtist's Book £2,185
Add to cart Jim DineThe Bending of the Bow: de luxe editionArtist's Book £1,500
Add to cart Jim DinePicturesArtist's Book £3,500
Add to cart Jim DineTalking About Aldo: De luxe editionArtist's Book £650
Add to cart Jim DineShe HadEtching £234
Read more Jim DineStudies from NatureEtching £234
Add to cart Jim DineSun's JourneyEtching £234
Read more Jim DineThe PainterEtching £234
VisionsAdd to cart Jim DineVisionsEtching £234