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lithograph on paper
- Dimensions (H x W x D)
image: 40 in x 30 1/8 in; sheet: 40 in x 30 1/8 in
- Inscriptions & Markings
edition; signature: 50/200 Jim Dine, graphite, lower left
- Collection Area
- Object Type
- Credit Line
Gift of Mr. Ronald Shindler and Mr. Lowell Shindler
- Accession Number
© artist or other rights holder
Over the course of many years, Jim Dine has explored a handful of favored motifs—domestic items, bathrobes, hearts, and tools, among others. Dine's father and grandfather were both shopkeepers; Dine first came to know and appreciate hand tools and painting materials in these stores. He later adopted them as artistic motifs in their own right, treating the tools as an extension of his hand, a surrogate for the artist himself.
2013 In the Studio: Reflections on Artistic Life Portland Art Museum