41. The Case of the Wolf-Man by Sigmund Freud, with art by Jim Dine
The Case of the Wolf-Man by Sigmund Freud, with an introduction by Richard Wollheim and with five etchings and six woodcuts by Jim Dine, 1993.
Of Freud's case histories, that of the Wolf-Man, under the title "From the History of an Infantile Neurosis", is the most famous, not only for its importance to the development of Freud's thought but also for the grip upon public imagination that it holds to this day. It was written in the winter of 1914-15, shortly after termination of a treatment that had begun in 1910. The subject, the son of a wealthy Russian landowner, was tormented by a childhood dream of white wolves sitting staring at him from the bare branches of a tree outside his bedroom window in winter. This and other vivid images released by the psychoanalysis are used by Dine. Jim Dine is an artist of international stature. His paintings, sculpture, drawings, and prints are in the collections of major museums throughout the world. The introductory essay by the philosopher and art historian Richard Wollheim reviews the story of the Wolf-Man and considers the significance of this case for Freud, his followers, and critics.
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Format: 11-7/8 by 9-1/2 inches, 116 pages. The types are Monotype Century Old Style, handset Century Expanded italic, and Miller & Richard Old Style capitals, in black and red inks. Intaglio printing by Pace Editions. The paper is mouldmade, French Johannot for the text and English T. H. Saunders for the prints. The binding has a goatskin spine and cloth over boards, in a cloth and paper slipcase. Numbered and signed by the artist. Edition of 250 copies, $950.00. Available only with extra etching.
A large extra etching by Jim Dine, "The Wolf-Man's Dream", was published simultaneously. The prints were editioned by Kurt Zein in Vienna in black ink with the title printed from a relief block in red ink. The intaglio image is 45 by 39 inches on mouldmade paper 59 by 44 inches. The prints are numbered and signed by the artist. Edition of 30 copies, sold with the book, $5,950.00. Available.
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Book Edition: The book format is 11-7/8 by 9-1/2 inches, 116 pages. The binding is cloth over boards with goatskin spine, in slipcase. Signed by the artist. The edition is limited to 250 numbered copies for sale. Price: $950. Available only with extra etching.
Print Edition: "The Wolf-Man's Dream", large extra etching by Jim Dine. The image is 45 by 39 inches on paper 59 by 44 inches. Signed by the artist. The edition is limited to 30 signed prints, sold only with the book. Price for the book and print: $5,950.
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