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Jim Dine turns up the swag in Shoes

Jim Dine is a painter. He is a member of Academy of Arts, Berlin and Artists Rights Society. He is a graduate of Ohio University.

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Dine’s emotional, gestured style and recurrent subjects.

Dine’s emotional, gestured style and recurrent subjects.

Jim dine, Jim o'rourke and Illustrations.

Jim dine, Jim o'rourke and Illustrations.

Dine never fails to surprise at the auction block.

Dine never fails to surprise at the auction block.

Tennis shoe by Jim Dine on artnet.

Tennis shoe by Jim Dine on artnet.

Inscribed ‘Jim Dine 1973’ bottom left and ‘A.

Inscribed ‘Jim Dine 1973’ bottom left and ‘A.

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Paint Abstract Hearts in the Style of Jim Dine.

Paint Abstract Hearts in the Style of Jim Dine.

The Jim Dine lithograph ABC shows six shoes that are all of different shape and colour.

The Jim Dine lithograph ABC shows six shoes that are all of different shape and colour.

Jim Dine Featured works Thumbnails Back.

Jim Dine Featured works Thumbnails Back.

As Dine continued his career in New York, he turned to painting and gave his pieces a personal touch by placing items such as clothing, shoes, and tools on his canvases.

As Dine continued his career in New York, he turned to painting and gave his pieces a personal touch by placing items such as clothing, shoes, and tools on his canvases.

For Dine, the canvas represents the ultimate manifestation of “unreality”; his found objects, conversely, the embodiment of what is real.

For Dine, the canvas represents the ultimate manifestation of “unreality”; his found objects, conversely, the embodiment of what is real.

New York Times A Change for Jim Dine June 3, 2016 By Robin Pogrebin.

New York Times A Change for Jim Dine June 3, 2016 By Robin Pogrebin.

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For Dine, the canvas represents the ultimate manifestation of “unreality”; his found objects, conversely, the embodiment of what is real.

For Dine, the canvas represents the ultimate manifestation of “unreality”; his found objects, conversely, the embodiment of what is real.

more Jim Dine: "Two Boots" silkscreen.

more Jim Dine: "Two Boots" silkscreen.

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Dine incorporates images of familiar objects including tools, rope, shoes, neckties, and other articles of clothing into his colorful works.

Dine incorporates images of familiar objects including tools, rope, shoes, neckties, and other articles of clothing into his colorful works.

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Jim Dine is an American artist and poet known for his contributions to the formation of both Performance Art and Pop Art.

Jim Dine is an American artist and poet known for his contributions to the formation of both Performance Art and Pop Art.