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Jim Dine
born Cincinnati, OH 1935

Untitled, from the portfolio A Tool Box
1966
screenprint and collage
Museum purchase
1967.24.5
© 2014 Jim Dine / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York


Jim Dine envisions tools in imaginary environments in his portfolio titled A Tool Box. In this print, a pulley holds a simple line drawing, which is collaged to the print's surface. As the pulley dangles freely without any support from above, it appears that the tool has a life of its own. Dine's interest in tools stems from working in his family's Cincinnati hardware store as a child. These utilitarian objects hold a personal significance for the artist, who considers them to be an extension of his identity.



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