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Jim Dine

(b Cincinatti, 16 June 1935). American painter, printmaker, experimental artist, and poet. In 1959 he was one of the pioneers of happenings and in the early 1960s he became one ...

Dine, Jim

Dine, Jim (6 June 1935)   Reference library

The Grove Encyclopedia of American Art

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Current Version:
2011
Subject:
Art & Architecture
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993 words

...Jim Dine Designs for “A Midsummer Night's Dream” (New York, 1968) J. Gordon : Jim Dine (New York, 1970) Jim Dine: Complete Graphics (exh. cat., W. Berlin , Gal. Mikro, 1970) [cat. rais. from 1960 to 1970] Jim Dine: Prints, 1970–1977 (exh. cat., Williamstown, MA, Williams Coll. Mus. A., 1977) [cat. rais.] C. W. Glenn : Jim Dine: Figure Drawings, 1975–1979 (New York, 1979) [excellent illustrations] N. Smilansky : “ An interview with Jim Dine, ” Prt Rev. , xii (1980), pp. 56–61 D. Shapiro : Jim Dine (New York, 1981) C. Ackley : Etchings by Jim Dine:...

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The Oxford Dictionary of Art (3 ed.)

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2004
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Art & Architecture
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140 words

..., Jim ( b Cincinnati, 16 June 1935 ). American painter, printmaker, experimental artist, and poet. In 1959 he was one of the pioneers of happenings and in the early 1960s he became one of the most prominent figures in American Pop art (he also made an impact in England, where he lived 1967–71 ). His Pop canvases were vigorously handled in a manner recalling Abstract Expressionism , but he often attached real objects to them—generally everyday items such as clothes and household appliances (including a kitchen sink). Characteristically the objects...

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Dine, Jim (1935–    )   Reference library

The Oxford Companion to Western Art

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2003
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Art & Architecture
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239 words

..., Jim ( 1935–     ). American painter, printmaker, experimental artist, and poet, born in Cincinnati, Ohio. Both his father and his grandfather were storekeepers whose stock included painting materials. He studied at the University of Cincinnati, the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, and Ohio University, Athens, where he graduated in 1957 . In 1959 he moved to New York and quickly became one of the pioneers of happenings and then—in the early 1960s—one of the most prominent figures in American Pop art (he also made an impact in England, where...

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The Oxford Dictionary of American Art and Artists (2 ed.)

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Current Version:
2018
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Art & Architecture
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487 words

..., Jim ( 1935–  ). Painter , printmaker , sculptor , and photographer Also a poet. An early participant in happenings , he soon contributed obliquely to the birth of pop art by including in his work commonplace objects, both literal and represented. However, his art generally maintains a personal quality at odds with pop’s emphasis on mass-media imagery. Generally allusive and pensive, his work often draws on autobiographical subjects and retains evidence of the artist’s hand in its sensuous materiality. Dine has worked prolifically in varied...

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The Oxford Dictionary of Art and Artists (5 ed.)

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Current Version:
2015
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Art & Architecture
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140 words

..., Jim ( b Cincinatti, 16 June 1935 ). American painter , printmaker , experimental artist , and poet . In 1959 he was one of the pioneers of happenings and in the early 1960s he became one of the most prominent figures in American Pop art (he also made an impact in England, where he lived 1967–71 ). His Pop canvases were vigorously handled in a manner recalling Abstract Expressionism , but he often attached real objects to them—generally everyday items such as clothes and household appliances (including a kitchen sink). Characteristically the objects...

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A Dictionary of Modern and Contemporary Art (3 ed.)

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Current Version:
2015
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421 words

...the influence of Kitaj . He has made lithographs and screenprints , but his favourite printmaking medium is etching. Dine's technique is not to draw direct on to the plate but to make meticulous preliminary drawings which are then transferred by tracing or photography. However, the subsequent plate may be considerably reworked. Further Reading F. Carey and A. Griffiths , American Prints 1879–1979 (1980) J. E. Feinberg , Jim Dine ...

Jim Dine

Jim Dine  

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(b Cincinatti, 16 June 1935).American painter, printmaker, experimental artist, and poet. In 1959 he was one of the pioneers of happenings and in the early 1960s he became one of the most prominent ...
Yoko Ono

Yoko Ono  

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(1933– )Japanese artist, active mainly in the USA. She had her first solo exhibition in New York in 1961; it included a Painting to be stepped on and a Smoke painting, made by lighting a painting ...
Red Grooms

Red Grooms  

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(1937– ).Sculptor, painter, installation artist, filmmaker, and printmaker. An eager participant in late 1950s happenings, in the 1960s he developed high-spirited, mixed-media environmental sculpture ...
Richard Hamilton

Richard Hamilton  

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(b London, 24 Feb. 1922; d Northend, Oxfordshire, 13 Sept. 2011).British painter, printmaker, teacher, exhibition organizer, and writer, one of the leading pioneers of Pop art. As a young man he ...
multiples

multiples  

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A term designating works of art other than prints or cast sculpture that are designed to be produced in a large—potentially limitless—number of copies. Whereas prints and casts of sculptures are ...
happening

happening  

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A form of entertainment, often carefully planned but usually including some degree of spontaneity, in which an artist performs or directs an event combining elements of theatre and the visual arts. ...
Claes Oldenburg

Claes Oldenburg  

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(b Stockholm, 28 Jan. 1929).Swedish-born sculptor and graphic artist who became an American citizen in 1953. He was educated at Yale University and studied at the Art Institute of Chicago (earning ...
Pop art

Pop art  

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Term describing art that draws imagery from popular or consumer culture, especially as represented in mass-media sources. It emerged in New York around 1960. The young artists who formulated the ...
Tamarind Lithography Workshop

Tamarind Lithography Workshop  

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A print studio dedicated to all aspects of fine art lithography and its dissemination. Founded in Los Angeles in 1960, Tamarind quickly became a leading force in the transformation of American ...
performance art

performance art  

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A type of interdisciplinary, time-bound expression focusing attention on the artist's body and psyche. Originating as a distinctive form around 1970 and peaking during the 1980s, it grew most ...
Beat Movement

Beat Movement  

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A bohemian rebellion against established society which came to prominence about 1956 and had its centers in San Francisco and New York. The term “Beat” expressed both exhaustion and beatification in ...
Arion Press

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The Oxford Companion to the Book

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Current Version:
2010
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History, Social sciences
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101 words

...an apprentice. In 1976 , Arion Press issued a monumental edition of Moby Dick using handset type and original wood engravings, setting the standard for a series of *artists’ books of mostly classic texts with original work by such major artists as Robert Motherwell and Jim Dine . The Press averages two titles per year. Since 1989 , Arion Press has been housed with M & H Type, the largest surviving typefoundry in America. Kathleen...

Happening

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The Concise Oxford Dictionary of Art Terms (2 ed.)

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Current Version:
2010
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Art & Architecture
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120 words

...they were not restricted to the confines of an art gallery. Of direct relevance were the composer John Cage 's theories on the importance of chance in artistic creation. In America the most important visual artists involved in the early development of Happenings were Jim Dine , Claes Oldenburg , Robert Rauschenberg , and Roy Lichtenstein...

Murray, Jim

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The Oxford Companion to Spirits and Cocktails

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2021

...21, 2020, https://www.thespiritsbusiness.com/2020/09/industry-condemns-sexist-language-in-whisky-bible/ (accessed March 26, 2021). Murray, Jim. Interview with Pip Courtney from the Australian Broadcasting Corporation. August 3, 2014. Risen, Clay. “Jim Murray, a Top Whiskey Critic, Faces Accusations of Sexism.” New York Times , October 1, 2020. https://www.nytimes.com/2020/10/01/dining/drinks/jim-murray-whisky-sexism.html (accessed March 26, 2021). Reid Mitenbuler...

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