Louisiana poster with work from the Louisiana collection, Words for Paul's daughters and a little Wrench, (1971), by the American artist, Jim Dine (b. 1935). Among Dine's works is a series of "combine-paintings" (an expression of the contemporary, Robert Rauschenberg), where Dine combines painting - and words - with various objects from everyday life. For example, like here, a wrench - at the edge of the work.
Jim Dine was among the artists who created the first happenings in New York in the early 60s with the desire to break down the divide between artwork and its surroundings.
Like Claes Oldenburg and other pop artists, Jim Dine was interested in ordinary, everyday things. He painted pictures of ties, bathrobes and other items of clothing.
Dimensions: 84.1 x 59.4 cm
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Frame: 12 mm
Material: Frame in solid oak and with high-quality acrylic glass.
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