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Wexler Gallery

Jim Dine

  • Flaubert Favorites (Williams College 95 -98), 1972
    Lithographs (Set of 4)
    25 x 20 in each
    Ed. 14/18
  • Flaubert Favorites (Williams College 95-98), 1972
    Lithographs (Set of 4)
    25 x 20 in each
    Ed. 14/18
  • Flaubert Favorites (Williams College 95-98), 1972
    Lithographs (Set of 4)
    25 x 20 in each
    Ed. 14/18
  • Flaubert Favorites (Williams College 95-98), 1972
    Lithographs (Set of 4)
    25 x 20 in each
    Ed. 14/18
  • Flaubert Favorites (Williams College 95-98), 1972
    Lithographs (Set of 4)
    25 x 20 in each
    Ed. 14/18

Along with hearts and robes, tools are a favorite motif of Pop artist Jim Dine. Through expressive lines and contour, these otherwise mundane objects are transformed into expressive works of art.  “I grew up with tools. I came from a family of people who sold tools, and I’ve always been enchanted by these objects made by anonymous hands.” – Jim Dine