Charcoal, lithographic crayon, and enamel paint on paper 17 1/4 x 13 inches Dine's enthusiasm for materials and process is evident in the large, inky fingerprints (near the swaths of charcoal in the upper right corner) and in the abraded surface. He sanded the sheet with an emery board and picked at it with an etching-plate scraper and razor blade "to put more light into the drawing."
Jim Dine (American, b. 1935) Blue Vase, Yellow Flowers, 1993 etching, photogravure, monotype - hand-painted
Jim Dine Picabia II (Forgot)
Bird of Paradise (From Flowers in Manhattan) by Jim Dine, 1999 Jim Dine is a member of the SACI Artists Council: http://saci-florence.edu/8-category-about-saci/39-page-artists-council.php