23-251 Jim Dine Combine Painting 1971 Poster 36×48
Exhibition posters printed by museums and galleries are an affordable way to add recognizable artworks in your home’s interior design. This reproduction of the painting “Words for Paul’s Daughters and a Little Wrench” from 1971 by Jim Dine is a perfect example. It measures 36×48 inches framed in matte white wood. Allow 2 weeks for custom framing.
Dine’s did a series of “combine-paintings” (an expression of the contemporary Robert Rauschenberg), in which he combines painting and words with various objects from everyday life. Dine has had more than 300 solo exhibitions, including retrospectives at the Whitney Museum of American Art, NY and the Museum of Modern Art, NY. His work is in permanent collections including the Metropolitan Museum of Art, NY; the Centre Pompidou, Paris; the Guggenheim, NY; Tate Gallery, London; and the Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum.