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Lithographs of the Sculpture: The Plant Becomes a Fan

20th century
914 x 610 mm (36 x 24 in.)

Jim Dine, American, b. born 1935

Object Type: print
Medium and Support: Lithograph, screenprinted with varnish after editioning on Natsume 4007 paper
Print impression quality: Excellent
Series: Number 2 from set of five lithographs Lithographs of the Sculpture: The Plant Becomes a Fan
Edition: 17/60 (80 in edition according to Williams College); printed at Graphicstudio, University of South Florida, Tampa; published by Petersburg Press, New York
Marks: Signed in pencil, lower right
Bibliography: Williams College Museum of Art, Jim Dine Prints: 1970–1977 (New York: Harper & Row, 1977), cat. nos. 171–175 for the set.
Credit Line: Gift of the artist in honor of John R. Jakobson (BA Wesleyan 1952, LLD 1989, Trustee 1971–1985), 1989
Accession Number: 1989.21.5.2

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  • fans (equipment) - Devices consisting of a rotating paddle wheel or airscrew, used for producing or moving large volumes of air or gas with a low compression ratio. [January 1996 scope note changed; related term added; descriptor changed, was "fans"; alternate term changed, was "fan". November 1995 related term deleted, was "". October 1992 descriptor added.]
  • plants
  • sculpture - Use for works of art in which images and forms are carried out primarily in three dimensions, especially those that retain the quality of being tangible objects or groups of objects. As works become more diffused in space or time, or less tangi

  • sheet Dimensions: 914 x 610 mm (36 x 24 in.)

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