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June 7, 2006

Buy Jim Dine's House and Studio


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


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.


    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.


    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.


    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.


    Mr. Dine has homes in Manhattan and Paris.

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