Within Jim Dine’s diverse artistic œuvre, ranging from painting and drawing, to sculpture, poetry recital and photography, printmaking plays a consistent and overarching role. For six decades now, the artist’s enthusiasm for woodcuts, etching and lithography, for drypoint, monotypes and aquatints has not diminished-on the contrary, since 2001 Dine has produced over 750 prints in which he repeatedly discovers new forms of expression for his iconic visual motifs: the hearts and bathrobes, the antique torsos and flowers, the self-portraits and tools, not to mention Pinocchio. I print. Catalogue Raisonné of Prints, 2001-2020 is the latest in a series of scholarly catalogue raisonnés on Dine’s printed œuvre and comprehensively documents all works produced since 2001, including information on their dimensions, print-runs and papers, the complex printing processes that often combine various techniques, as well as the different printers and workshops involved in their realization. This opulent publication of nearly 400 pages also lists the artist’s books and portfolios that Dine has realized over the past 20 years; it is an indispensable reference for collectors, printmaking enthusiasts and academics alike.