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Adjustable Spanner Wrench from Ten Winter Tools by Jim Dine

Petersburg Press



Edition Size: 100

Sheet Size: 30 x 22 inches


Condition: Good

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Classic Jim Dine tool iconography from Ten Winter Tools, 1973, this black and white lithograph pictures an adjustable spanner wrench sketched in outline, in detail, and then silhouetted with a barely visible dotted line.

Adjustable Spanner Wrench from Ten Winter Tools, 1973
Lithograph printed in black on German Etching Deluxe paper
Sheet 30 × 22 in / 76 x 56 cm / Plate 9 ½ x 8 ¼ in / 24 x 21 cm
Edition of 100 with 10 artist’s proofs
Published by Petersburg Press, New York; printed by William Law
Signed lower left, number lower center, and dated lower left in pencil

Condition: various creases lower left and lower edge and light vertical creases as documented.


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Jim Dine

Jim Dine is an American pop artist who was born in Ohio in 1935 and was known for his painting, drawing, sculpting and printmaking. He is considered to be a part of the Neo-Dada movement, a style that opposed the emotional expressions of Abstract Impressionism and instead, denies aesthetics by using mundane subjects and focusing on performance. Dine was first recognised by the art industry when he displayed ‘Happenings’ a type of performance art in collaboration with the musician John Cage. In 1959, it was exhibited over six days in an environment or installation in New York City’s Reuben Gallery, where features of light, sound, projects and viewer participation all played a part in the display.

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