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It’s notable that Cubism and Pop Art, two of the most important art movements to come out of the 20th century, were reactionary in nature. While Cubists took on the representational limitations facing the impressionists, Pop Art rebelled against the overly intense, psychologized, arguably pretentiousstance adopted by the Abstract Expressionists. This framed print provides a fantastic example of the often-playful work created by Jim Dine (b.1935)—art that cast everyday items in a new and pleasurable light.
Founded over 30 years ago, McGaw Graphics’ main focus is to fill the world with great art. The company is based in the Green Mountains of Vermont, and it offers a catalog of over 5,000 prints, ranging from abstracts to landscapes and fine art masterpieces. Its reproductions of works by Warhol, Lichtenstein, Johns, and other renowned artists have been featured on Fab.