Jim Dine

Jim Dine specializes in drawing, painting, printmaking, sculpture, and photography. Although he never considered himself a member of any movement during his six-decade career, Dine has been closely associated with neo-dadaism, in his use of collage and found objects; abstract expressionism, due to his fascination with gestural painting; and pop art, because he affixed everyday objects to the canvas. Purely autobiographical, Dine’s art is “a relentless exploration and criticism of the self through a number of highly personal motifs” and a “greater emphasis on introspection and feeling.”

Source: Tate, Smithsonian American Art Museum