‘[no title]’, Jim Dine, 1973 | Tate
Artwork page for ‘[no title]’, Jim Dine, 1973 Dine believes that tools provide a 'link with our past, the human past, the hand'. They feature in many of his works, and can be seen as a symbol of artistic creation. There is also an autobiographical resonance, as Dine's family owned a hardware store in Cincinnati. In these prints, the tools are presented as a series of discrete items, as if laid out for analysis and classification.
Jim Dine: Amazing Drawings
If you have never heard of Jim Dine I'm certain you are familiar with some of his most more famous prints. I contend that his drawings are some of the best in the world. He is a living legend in art. Take time and research his work and life. You won't be disappointed you did.
BTEC Art Blog
Florian Nicolle Over the weekend you need to cut your A4 gold card plate, ready to print on Monday. In addition to the previous list you should now also have completed: At least 2 good monoprints (one of these should be A4 in scale). Mount all your drawings/prints into your book. Mount 4 - 6 of your best photos in your sketchbook (printed at A5 or A4 scale). 2 pages of research into the mixed media collages of Florian Nicolle. On Monday you will also need to bring £2 as a contribution…