JIM DINE ROBES

Jim Dine

Gin From Our Still

Jim Dine robes have been an iconic motif since 1964, the year that Dine saw an ad in the newspaper for the sale of a robe to which he related. His robes are thought to be self portraits.
For nearly 50 years, Dine has continued to develop imagery of the robe, using a variety of techniques and expression. In recent years, his robes have incorporated much more abstraction.

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Jim Dine

Ghost Robe

1992

Woodcut on Arches Cover White paper; cut edges

Sheet: 64-1/8″ x 41-3/4″ (162.9 x 106 cm)

Image: 60-3/4″ x 40-3/4″ (154.3 x 103.5 cm)

Edition of 12 + 5 AP

Jim Dine

Yesteryear

2015

Offset lithograph, soft ground etching, hand applied charcoal, and hand painted acrylic on two sheets of paper hinged together

Sheet: 28-1/4″ x 43″ (71.8 x 109.2 cm)

Image: 24″ x 39-1/2″ (61 x 100.3 cm)

Edition of 9

Jim Dine

Pale Self

1995

Cardboard relief and cardboard intaglio on Arches Cover White; cut and deckle edges

Sheet: 57-5/8″ x 41-7/8″ (146.4 x 106.4 cm)

Image: 53-1/4″ x 39″ (135.3 x 99.1 cm)

Edition of 40