A Heart on The Grenelle is an off set lithograph by the American Pop artist Jim Dine ( b. 1935-) published by Pace Gallery in 1981 to advertise Dines upcoming exhibition at their gallery in New York. Hearts and robes have been one of the main themes for Dine, the hearts frequently symbolizing the love between him and his wife. Dine was one of the founding members of the Pop Art Movement which fundamentally altered the nature of modern art. In good condition with some small tears on the outside margins that will not show when framed.