Jim Dine

Big Red Wrench in a Landscape

1973

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Artist
Jim Dine born 1935
Medium
Lithograph on paper
Dimensions
Image: 765 x 574 mm
Collection
Tate
Acquisition
Presented by the artist 1980
Reference
P02529

Catalogue entry

P02529 BIG RED WRENCH IN A LANDSCAPE 1973

Inscribed ‘Jim Dine’ top left and ‘1973’ top right and ‘A/P 2/15’
Lithograph, printed by William Law and published by Petersburg Press, New York and Ulstein Propyläen Verlag in an edition of 120, 30 1/8×22 5/8 (76.5×57.4)
Presented by the artist in memory of Clive Goodwin and David McEwen 1980
Lit: op.cit., No.146

This print is closely related to four more in which a large vertically placed wrench is the central image (op.cit., nos.147 and 209–11), but for which Dine re-drew the tool on an etching plate.

Published in:
The Tate Gallery 1980-82: Illustrated Catalogue of Acquisitions, London 1984

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