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"In the ’60s Heine was credited with introducing tie- dye to America. He created his paintings by injecting bundled sheets with dye, using a hypodermic needle, and unfolding them to an array of bright color. In “It’s All Over Now, Baby Blue,” Dylan’s lyric, “The empty-handed painter from your streets/is drawing crazy paintings on your sheets,” is a reference to Bill Heine’s work."
-rip bill heine
black on maroon rothko 1958 vandalized at Tate
From the seagrams series.