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|Collection:||Fine Art Prints and Drawings|
|Date:||1966 - 1966|
|Artist:||Jim Dine - View biography for Jim Dine|
|Printer:||Kelpra Studio - View history|
|Printmaker:||Chris Prater - View biography for Chris Prater|
|Publisher:||Editions Alecto Ltd - View history|
The American artist Jim Dine has worked in most print media, though 'The Tool Box' remains a rare screenprinting project. He produced a series of collages which the master printer, Chris Prater, had to interpret. Though Dine today is somewhat hesitant about what he describes as the 'reproductive' results, the final portfolio remains a dynamic example of mixed-media image-making. Building on the idea of a box of associated memories Dine brought together photographs and modern materials, such as acetate, silver foil, card and fluorescent paper and connected these with his own history and the history of his young family.
|Presented by the artist, December 1998.|
|Production Period:||20th century|
|Medium:||Photo-screenprint with collage of silver card strip, printed in black and green on J Green 90 lbs Imperial paper.|
|Place of Origin:||London, England|