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Author:
Jim Dine
ISBN13:
978-3869304519
ISBN:
3869304510
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Steidl (February 28, 2013)
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Donkey in the Sea before Us. Out of print. Donkey in the Sea before Us is a marriage of poetry and water-colour portraits of the boy/puppet, who is on his way to becoming a human Jim Dine continues his life-long obsession with the character of Pinocchio. Dine first encountered Pinocchio through Disney’s acclaimed animated film which he saw as a child in 1940, and later through Carlo Collodi’s original text. Jim Dine Hot Dream (52 Books) € 15. ­ Jim Dine Jewish Fate € 1. ­ Jim Dine My Letter to the Troops € 1. ­ Jim Dine Tools € 4.

This book of new watercolors by Jim Dine continues his lifelong obsession with the character of Pinocchio. Dine first encountered Pinocchio through Disney's acclaimed animated film which he saw as a child in 1940, and later through Carlo Collodi's original text

This book of new watercolors by Jim Dine continues his lifelong obsession with the character of Pinocchio. Dine first encountered Pinocchio through Disney's acclaimed animated film which he saw as a child in 1940, and later through Carlo Collodi's original text. Says Dine: -I have for many years been able to live through the wooden boy. His ability to hold the metaphor in This book of new watercolors by Jim Dine continues his lifelong obsession with the character of Pinocchio

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Jim Dine (born June 16, 1935) is an American pop artist. He is sometimes considered to be a part of the Neo-Dada movement. He was born in Cincinnati, Ohio. He graduated from Walnut Hills High School and went to University of Cincinnati. In 1953, he attended evening classes at The Art Academy of Cincinnati taught by the influential instructor, Paul Chidlaw. Dine received a BFA from Ohio University in 1957.

2004 ‘Jim Dine’s Garden’, Pace Prints, New York. Musée du Louvre, Paris. L'Odysee" de Jim Dine, 2007. Thinking Print", MoMa, 1996. Print It, Damn It ! Atelier Michael Woolworth", 2005, Musee de Goya, Fuendetodos.

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Saturday, 20 April 2013. Jim Dine: Occurring without, definite aim. Jim Dine: Occurring without, definite ai. .Soon Harvest Would: - She was gentle as Wind through the Wheat - I knew when She was here, I could sense Her warm presence - a mesmerizing Breath - In the summer Nights when the Soil sweats away its last Pearls, we liked to talk about Her, Tales Indolent - soon Harvest would break the Spell -. - : textured photo by Marie Wintzer, 5 July 2012. The series, titled The Donkey in the Sea before Us, extends Jim's long obsession with the Carlo Collodi character Pinocchio, first encountered in 1940 in the Disney animated film.

Published on the occasion of the. retrospective exhibition of the work of Jim Dine, held at the Whitney Museum of American Art from February 27 through April 19, 1970. No table-of-contents pages found.

This book of new watercolors by Jim Dine continues his lifelong obsession with the character of Pinocchio. Dine first encountered Pinocchio through Disney's acclaimed animated film which he saw as a child in 1940, and later through Carlo Collodi's original text. Says Dine: "I have for many years been able to live through the wooden boy. His ability to hold the metaphor in limitless ways has made my drawings, paintings and sculpture of him richer by far. His poor burned feet, his misguided judgment, his vanity about his large nose, his temporary donkey ears all add up to the real sum of his parts. In the end it is his great heart that holds me. I have carried him on my back like landscape since I was six years old."