blastedheath: Jim Dine (American, b. 1935), Heart and Skull, 1984. Charcoal, ink and watercolor on paper, 105 x 75 cm.

blastedheath: Jim Dine (American, b. 1935), Heart and Skull, 1984. Charcoal, ink and watercolor on paper, 105 x 75 cm.

Jim Dine is a member of the SACI Artists Council: http://saci-florence.edu/8-category-about-saci/39-page-artists-council.php

Jim Dine is a member of the SACI Artists Council: http://saci-florence.edu/8-category-about-saci/39-page-artists-council.php

Jim Dine, 2, From Ten Winter Tools, 1973  http://www.starr-art.com/exhibits/Dine/

Jim Dine, 2, From Ten Winter Tools, 1973 http://www.starr-art.com/exhibits/Dine/

A Side View in Florida, Jim Dine. This piece is from a collection of works themed around skulls. The side view of the skull is deeply angular but curved at the same time. The shading is very interesting, with dark almost black shading that contrasts with the light cream color of the rest of the skull.

A Side View in Florida, Jim Dine. This piece is from a collection of works themed around skulls. The side view of the skull is deeply angular but curved at the same time. The shading is very interesting, with dark almost black shading that contrasts with the light cream color of the rest of the skull.

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