Dine, Jim

JIM DINE Cardinal Robe, 1984

Sku: YY3216
Artist: Jim Dine
Title: Cardinal Robe
Year: 1984
Signed: No
Medium: Offset Lithograph
Paper Size: 38.75 x 24 inches ( 98.425 x 60.96 cm )
Image Size: 30 x 20 inches ( 76.2 x 50.8 cm )
Edition Size: Unknown
Framed: No
Condition: B: Very Good Condition, with signs of handling or age
Supplemental Condition Information: Large paper breaks in top of image as well as slight blue smudging in the middle of the text

Additional Details: Jim Dine's exhibition at the Walker Art Center in 1984, featuring a poster representing a Cardinal Robe in dark red, marked a significant moment in the artist's career and the cultural landscape of Minneapolis, Minnesota. The Walker Art Center, known for its commitment to showcasing innovative contemporary art, provided a prestigious platform for Jim Dine's work. Dine's exploration of the cardinal robe motif during this exhibition likely reflected his ongoing fascination with everyday objects imbued with personal and symbolic meaning. The poster, depicting a cardinal robe in dark red, is emblematic of Dine's artistic style characterized by bold colors, expressive lines, and a blend of realism and abstraction. The cardinal robe, often depicted in Dine's art, symbolizes themes of power, authority, and spirituality, inviting viewers to contemplate the layered significance of this iconic garment.