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Robert Indiana

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Love
Love, 1966-2002 Polished Stainless Steel 48 X 48 X 24 Inches © Courtesy Paul Kasmin Gallery
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Art Red Blue, 1971 - 2001 Polychrome Aluminum 102 X 97 X 50 Inches © Courtesy Paul Kasmin Gallery
Eat
The Electric Eat, 1964 - 2007 Aluminum and Lights 78 X 78 X 7 Inches © Courtesy Paul Kasmin Gallery
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Hope, 2008 Stainless Steel H: 72 X W: 72 in / H: 182.9 X W: 182.9 Cm © Jim Kempner Fine Art
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Heliotherapy Love, 1995 Color Screenprint on 4-ply Rag Board, Edition of 300, Signed and Dated by the Artist in Pencil "R Indiana '95" Lower Right. Numbered in Pencil From the Edition of 300. Unframed. Pristine Condition. 39 3/4 X 39 3/4 Inches © Courtesy of Joseph K. Levene Fine Art, Ltd.
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Hope, June 2009
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HOPE, 2009 Stainless Still 18x18x9
Love
LOVE, 1995 Lithograph 39 X 39 Inches © Robert Indiana
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Hope, 2008 Serigraph 25 X 19 Inches
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Love, 1996 Serigraph 18 X 17.75 Inches
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Autumn, 2010 © Courtesy of the artist & WOODWARD GALLERY
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© Courtesy of the artist and Etra Fine Art
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HOPE, 2010 Steel Many Sizes Available. © Develop Culture
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HOPE. Available for Sales, 2010 Steel 120 X 120 X 60 © Develop Culture
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American Dream No. 5 (The Golden Five), 1980 Screen Print in Color, on Fabriano Paper 5 Panels , Each Measuring 26.5"x 26.5"
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EYES WIDE SHUT, October 5 - December 24, 2011
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HOPE , 2009 Brushed Stainless Steel 18 X 18 X 9
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HOPE, 2009 Painted Aluminum 18x 18 X 9
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HOPE, 2009 Polished Bronze 18x 18 X 9
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HOPE, 2009 Polished Stainless 36 X 36 X 18
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Book of Love , 1996 Serigraphs 24 X 20
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Love, 1996 Screenprint 18 X 17 7/8 Inches © Denis Bloch Fine Art
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EAT, 2011 Silkscreen 24 X 24 In.
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Hope Wall, 2011 Silkscreen 23 X 23 In. © Ed. of 33
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Hope, 2010 Silkscreen on Steel 12 X 14 In. © Ed. of 30
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Sex Anyone, 1963 Lithograph
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On the Bowery, 1971 Silkscreen on Schollers Parole Paper XIV/XX [edition of 100 + 20 A.P.] Robert Indiana in His Studio, 1971 Photograph by Eliot Elisofon 25 1/2 X 25 1/2 Inches [paper Size]
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ART (blue/red) , 1972-2001 Polychrome Aluminium 18 X 18 X 9 in / 45.7 X 45.7 X 22.9 Cm © Courtesy of the Artist and Waddington Custot Galleries
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Indiana, 1979 Oil, Gesso, Iron, Antlers, Wood Assemblage Herm: 208 X 91.4 X 61 Cm / 81.9 X 36 X 24 Inches; Wheel Diameter : 280 Cm / 110.2 Inches © Galerie Gmurzynska
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The Monumental Woods
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Study for Alphabet Wall (Red & Gold), 2010 Silkscreen & Metallid Paint on Convetry Rag Paper 27 X 25 Inches; 68.6 X 63.5 Cm © Courtesy of the artist & WOODWARD GALLERY
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EAT/DIE, 1962 Oil on Canvas, 2 Panels 72 × 60 In. (182.9 × 152.4 Cm) © Courtesy of the artist & The Whitney Museum of American Art
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Love, 1996 Serigraph 18 X 17.75 Inches
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Numbers, 1980-1983 Painted Aluminum 8x8x4 Ft. (each) © Courtesy of the artist & The Indianapolis Museum of Art
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W/B/Red Art, 2013 Unique Silkscreen Print in Colors on Coventry 100% Rag Paper 31.25 X 29.5 Inches; 79.4 X 74.9 Cm © Courtesy of the artist & The WOODWARD GALLERY
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© Courtesy of the artist & The Currier Museum
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Decade: Autoportrait , 1961 © Courtesy of the artist & The Morgan Art Foundation
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Decade Auto Portrait, 1961 Oil on Canvas © Courtesy of the artist & TheMcNay Art Museum
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Costume for Lillian Russell in The Mother of Us All, 1976 Felt With Wire and Parasol Armature © Courtesy of the artist & The McNay Art Museum
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KvF V from The Hartley Elegies, 1990 Screenprint © Courtesy of the artist & The Tobin Theatre Arts Fund
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Love, 1973 Acrylic on Canvas © Collection SFMOMA, gift of Harry W. and Mary Margaret Anderson. © 2014 Morgan Art Foundation / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York.
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LOVE © Courtesy of the Artist and Yekaterinburg Gallery of Modern Art
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Quick Facts
Birthplace
New Castle, Indiana
Birth year
1928
Lives in
Vinalhaven, Maine
Works in
Vinalhaven, Maine
Statement

Robert Indiana (born as Robert Clark) is an American artist associated with the Pop Art movement. He uses distinctive imagery drawing on commercial art approaches blended with existentialism, that gradually moved toward what Indiana calls "sculptural poems". Indiana's work often consists of bold, simple, iconic images, especially numbers and short words like EAT, HUG, and, his best known example, LOVE.

Other well-known works by Indiana including: his painting the unique basketball court formerly used by the Milwaukee Bucks in that city's U.S. Cellular Arena, with a large M shape taking up each half of the court; his sculpture in the lobby of Taipei 101, called 1-0 (2002, aluminum), uses multicoloured numbers to suggest the conduct of world trade and the patterns of human life and the works he created in the aftermath of the September 11, 2001 attacks and exhibited in New York in 2004 called the Peace Paintings

 

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