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North American Art

North American Art
Cold War Art

Jim Dine


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Jim Dine

born: Cincinnati, OH, US; 1935


1954-57 University of Cincinnati
Boston School of Fine and Applied Arts
1957 Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from the Ohio University, Athens.
1959 Moved to New York
He staged his first Happenings with Claes Oldenburg and Allan Kaprow at the Judson Gallery, New York.
First solo exhibition at the Reuben Gallery, New York.
1960-65 Various guest professorships, among others at Yale University, New Haven, and Oberlin College, Ohio.
1967 College of Architecture, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York.
  He lives in New York and London.
  In the 70s he turned to representational painting of a traditional kind.

Dine, Jim: Cardinal



Dine, Jim: Heart and the Wall

Heart and the Wall

Dine, Jim: Heart on the Rue de Grenelle

Heart on the Rue de Grenelle

Dine, Jim: Untitled 1964


Dine, Jim: Winter Tools

Winter Tools

Dine, Jim: Pleasure Pallete

Pleasure Pallete
Museum Ludwig
Cologne, Germany



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