ART TIMELINE: 1983
Jim Dine, 1983, Monotypes et Gravures: pop art
Jean-Michel Basquiat, 1983, Mona Lisa: neo-expressionism
Bruce Nauman, 1983, Human/Need/Desire: installation art
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ART TIMELINE: 1983
Jim Dine, 1983, Monotypes et Gravures: pop art
Jean-Michel Basquiat, 1983, Mona Lisa: neo-expressionism
Bruce Nauman, 1983, Human/Need/Desire: installation art
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ART TIMELINE: 1983
Jim Dine, 1983, Monotypes et Gravures: pop art
Jean-Michel Basquiat, 1983, Mona Lisa: neo-expressionism
Bruce Nauman, 1983, Human/Need/Desire: installation art
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ART TIMELINE: 1983

Jim Dine, 1983, Monotypes et Gravures: pop art

Jean-Michel Basquiat, 1983, Mona Lisa: neo-expressionism

Bruce Nauman, 1983, Human/Need/Desire: installation art
The Robe Following Her 4 by Jim Dine, 1984-85. Jim Dine was one of my favourite artists when I was studying GCSE art. I love his painterly form of colour-blocking and the juxtaposition of shapes; it almost looks as thought the dressing robe is made up of separate pieces, rather than a whole garment.

The Robe Following Her 4 by Jim Dine, 1984-85. Jim Dine was one of my favourite artists when I was studying GCSE art. I love his painterly form of colour-blocking and the juxtaposition of shapes; it almost looks as thought the dressing robe is made up of separate pieces, rather than a whole garment.

Olympic Robe by Jim Dine, 1988. American pop artist Jim Dine was one of my favourite artists when I was younger (along with Renoir and Jenny Saville: bit of an odd mix!). I loved his colourful depictions of his dressing gown - or robe - and the final piece is the garment mounted on a canvas and painted over. 

Olympic Robe by Jim Dine, 1988. American pop artist Jim Dine was one of my favourite artists when I was younger (along with Renoir and Jenny Saville: bit of an odd mix!). I loved his colourful depictions of his dressing gown - or robe - and the final piece is the garment mounted on a canvas and painted over.