Looking Toward the Avenue
Dine, Jim (American painter, sculptor, and printmaker, born 1935)
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SubjectAmerican; Sculpture (visual work); Installations (visual works); 20th century; Looking Toward the Avenue; Venus de Milo; Jim Dine; New York City
American, Sculpture (visual work), Installations (visual works), 20th century. Jim Dine. Looking Toward the Avenue. Patinated bronze in three parts depicting headless Venuses de Milo. 1301 Avenue of the Americas (corner of 52nd Street and 6th Avenue), New York City. View shows two parts of sculpture.
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