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Cream and Red Robe on a Stone, 2010

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Lithograph

53.00 x 39.00 in

134.6 x 99.1 cm

Edition of 28

This work is signed.

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About The Work

This lithograph employs one of Jim Dine's most recognizable motifs, a belted robe, which has recurred throughout his work for the past several decades. This rendition features casual, painterly strokes, and deep reds and oranges, evoking a deeply sensual sentiment. Appropriately, Dine has stated the he first chose the image of a robe in 1964 for its inherent intimacy, expressing that his depicted objects function as a “vocabulary of feelings.” Like a self-portrait, Dine’s Cream and Red Robe on a Stone, provides a visual symbol for the artists inner emotions. 

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  • This work is framed. Frame measurements are 60.50" x 46.75".
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