Jim Dine designs for A Midsummer Night’s Dream

« The Workshop’s theatrical director, John Hancock, had joined forces with New york painter Jim Dine to spawn a bastard production of the play totally outside established tradition. Dine’s avant-garde designs for costumes and sets plus Hancock’s adventurous stage direction produced a dynamic piece of happening-inspired theater »

Selected from the drawings and prints collection of The Museum of Modern Art
General editor William S. Lieberman
First edition, 1968


6.5 by 7.5 inches

Perfect bound with sewn signature