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 particularly heartfelt example of the often-playful, mass-media-inspired work created by Jim Dine (b.1935).
High-quality print on heavy paper. Printed with vibrant color-fast inks. Mounted on foam core with single white mat in a 1.5” contemporary black polystyrene frame with Plexi and sawtooth for hanging.