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R.B. Kitaj, Nancy and Jim Dine, or O'Neill accuses Faulkner of lack of loyalty and support (Kinsman 40), 1970

R.B. Kitaj


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R.B. Kitaj

Nancy and Jim Dine, or O'Neill accuses Faulkner of lack of loyalty and support (Kinsman 40), 1970

16 Color Silkscreen with collage and coating on different wove papers. Hand signed and numbered
33 1/2 × 23 1/4 in
85.1 × 59.1 cm
Edition of 70
Very rare statside. Other editions of this work are in the permanent collections of major institutions like the British museum, which has the following explanation: "The artist Jim Dine and his wife Nancy were close to Kitaj and his family, especially after the death of Elsi, Kitaj's first wife in 1969. They sometimes stayed with the Dines at their farm in Vermont during Kitaj's second teaching sojourn in the United States. Dine and Kitaj held a joint show at the Cincinnati Museum of Art in 1973. In the catalogue both artists contributed an insightful 'essay' on each other with Dine stressing Kitaj's obsession with all things American and baseball-related...' The alternate title, "O'Neill accuses Faulkner of lack of loyalty and support" can be seen on the artwork itself, and clearly is some kind of inside joke among friends.

Referenced in the catalogue raisonne of Kitaj's prints, Kinsman, 40
Framed under glass; not examined outside of original vintage 1970s metal frame, but appears fine (see second photo for work in frame)


Height:   33.50
Width:   23.35
Depth:   0.75