WSU Museum Gets Over 200 Jim Dine Prints Valued at $2 Million

Artist Jim Dine has donated more than 200 prints to Washington State University’s Museum. The gift is estimated to be nearly $2 million, and will create the largest permanent collection of Dine prints at a university anywhere in the world. Dine chose the university in part to support the efforts of arts patron and philanthropist Jordan D. Schnitzer, who last fall announced his commitment of $5 million to launch the $15 million effort to build a new and larger art museum at WSU. More than $9 million has been pledged to the effort thus far.