A blog dedicated to the study of art history, covering all periods, styles and movements. With regular commentary, exhibition reviews and educational information.

Jim Dine, Red Design for Satin Heart, 1968
Dine is my go-to for Valentines posts.

Jim Dine, Red Design for Satin Heart, 1968

Dine is my go-to for Valentines posts.

Posted on 14 February, 2014

Jim Dine, Two Hearts in a Forest, 1981

Jim Dine, Two Hearts in a Forest, 1981

Posted on 19 January, 2014

Jim Dine, Four Hearts, 1969

Jim Dine, Four Hearts, 1969

Posted on 7 October, 2013

Jim Dine, Tool Box series, 1966

Posted on 3 August, 2013

Jim Dine, Toothbrushes, 1963

Jim Dine, Toothbrushes, 1963

Posted on 11 May, 2013

Jim Dine, Double Venus in the Sky at Night, 1984

Jim Dine, Double Venus in the Sky at Night, 1984

Posted on 17 April, 2013

Jim Dine, 2003, The Garden of Eden (steel framework with bronze)

Jim Dine, 2003, The Garden of Eden (steel framework with bronze)

Posted on 29 January, 2013

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

Posted on 21 December, 2012

Jim Dine, 1985, Study for this Sovereign Life

Jim Dine, 1985, Study for this Sovereign Life

Posted on 29 September, 2012

Happy Birthday Jim Dine: 16th June 1935

Posted on 16 June, 2012

Monotypes et Gravures by Jim Dine, 1983

Monotypes et Gravures by Jim Dine, 1983

Posted on 17 May, 2012

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.

Posted on 16 February, 2012

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. 

Posted on 16 January, 2012



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