JIM DINE | NINE VIEWS OF WINTER (3) (D'OENCH & FEINBERG 199)
JIM DINE | NINE VIEWS OF WINTER (3) (D'OENCH & FEINBERG 199)
JIM DINE | NINE VIEWS OF WINTER (3) (D'OENCH & FEINBERG 199)
JIM DINE | NINE VIEWS OF WINTER (3) (D'OENCH & FEINBERG 199)
JIM DINE | NINE VIEWS OF WINTER (3) (D'OENCH & FEINBERG 199)
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JIM DINE | NINE VIEWS OF WINTER (3) (D'OENCH & FEINBERG 199)

Estimate: 5,000 - 7,000 USD

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JIM DINE | NINE VIEWS OF WINTER (3) (D'OENCH & FEINBERG 199)

Estimate: 5,000 - 7,000 USD

Lot Sold:6,000USD

Lot Details

Description

JIM DINE

B.1935

NINE VIEWS OF WINTER (3) (D'OENCH & FEINBERG 199)


Woodcut printed in colors with handcoloring, 1985, signed in pencil, dated and numbered 32/35 (total edition includes five artist's proofs), on Arches buff paper, printed by Angeles Press, Santa Monica, California, and with their inkstamp on the verso, published by Pace Editions, Inc., New York, framed

sheet: 1335 by 940 mm 52½ by 37 in

framed: 1377 by 982 mm 54¼ by 38¾ in

Condition Report

The print is in good condition, the full sheet printed to the edges. (Two small abrasions with associated ink loss at top sheet edge and at figure's shoulder.)


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