Jim Dine Picabia I (Cheer) 1971

Artwork details

Artist
Jim Dine born 1935
Title
Picabia I (Cheer)
Date 1971
Medium Lithograph on paper
Dimensions Image: 1375 x 918 mm
Collection
Tate
Acquisition Presented by the artist 1980
Reference
P02542
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Catalogue entry

P02542 [from] PICABIA I (CHEER) 1971 [P02542–02544;complete]

All inscribed ‘Jim Dine 1971’ bottom centre and ‘A/P’
Three lithographs with collage printed by Ernie Donagh and published by Petersburg Press in an edition of 75, each approx. 54×36 (137.5×91.8)
Presented by the artist 1980
Lit: Jim Dine Prints 1970–77, New York 1977, nos.43–45

For each of these a single zinc plate was used; Dine worked over photographic images to make a rich, graffiti-like effect. The collaged hearts at the centre were separately printed from a watercolour.

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

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