Valentine’s Day Special : Jim Dine ‘Two Hearts at Sunset’

We are very pleased that we can offer you this lovely print as a Valentine’s Day Special : Jim Dine, Two Hearts at Sunset, 2005.

The heart is significant in the larger context of Dine's work—he has returned to this image time and time again throughout his career, using it as a space on which to project his thoughts and emotions. Dine began using the heart in his work in 1970 and 1971, taking a ten year hiatus from the imagery soon after. He resumed using hearts again in the early 1980s. This 2005 iteration is rendered in vibrant tones of blue, yellow, red, and black. The hearts appear to float over a black and yellow background, creating a two-dimensional image. This image exemplifies the artist's love of color and optical manipulation.
What a magnificent Valentine’s Day gift this would be for a loved one.

Jim Dine, Two Hearts at Sunset, 2005
Jim Dine, Two hearts at Sunset, 2005Medium: Lithograph on Rives BFK paper
Size: 19 x 25 1/2 inches - 48.8 x 64.8 cm
Edition of 200
Signed and dated lower left and numbered lower right in white.

Valentine’s Day price: expired
Shipping US: $75
Shipping Rest of the World: $100

- This Special Offer is only valid until Friday February 14th, 2014 23:00 (Amsterdam time).
- Limited availability
- All sales are final. No returns.
- Payment by bank transfer, within 3 business days after invoice. Payment via check: US only.
- Location of the edition: United States

You can order this Jim Dine limited edition HERE

About: Jim Dine (b. 1935, Cincinnati, Ohio) studied at the University of Cincinnati and the Boston Museum School, and received his B.F.A. from Ohio University, Athens, where he was also enrolled in the graduate program. He moved to New York City in 1958, where he had his first group (1959) and solo (1960) exhibitions. Dine instantly became an active figure in the New York art world, creating and staging many of the first "Happenings" along with artists Claes Oldenburg and Robert Whitman. Since his first solo exhibition in 1960, Dine’s paintings, sculptures, photography, and prints have been the subject of nearly 300 solo exhibitions worldwide.

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