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June 7, 2006

Buy Jim Dine's House and Studio

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The Wall Street Journal's May 26 "Private Properties" column by Troy McMullen featured American artist Jim Dine's longtime studio in Washington, Connecticut.

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Dine's work, above and below.

Here's the item from the newspaper.

    Pop-Art Pioneer Lists Studio

    Artist Jim Dine has just listed his longtime studio in Washington, Conn., for $595,000.

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    The property, on five wooded acres about 80 miles north of Manhattan, was once part of a 20-acre site; Mr. Dine sold the other acres about 10 years ago, his broker says.

    Mr. Dine had the two-story, 3,100-square-foot home built in 1990.

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    It includes a bedroom, full bath, porch, kitchen and great room Mr. Dine used for working.

    Carolyn Klemm, of Klemm Real Estate in Washington, Conn., has the listing.

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    Mr. Dine, 70, began his career in the early 1960s and became well-known for using everyday objects such as men's ties, suspenders and hammers in his art.

    He helped launch the pop-art movement with Claes Oldenburg, Andy Warhol and Roy Lichtenstein.

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    Mr. Dine has homes in Manhattan and Paris.

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