Robert Indiana

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Robert Indiana is an American artist associated with the Pop art movement. His 'LOVE' print was first created for the Museum of Modern Art's Christmas card in 1965. After serving three years in the United States Army Air Forces, he studied at the Art Institute of Chicago (1949-53), the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture in Maine (summer 1953) and Edinburgh University (1953-54). He returned to America in 1954 and settled in New York City. There he began making art with his distinctive 'hard edge' style. In 1962 his first solo exhibition was held in New York and he has since enjoyed solo exhibitions at over 30 museums and galleries worldwide. In 2013, the Whitney Museum of American Art mounted a retrospective of his work entitled 'Robert Indiana: Beyond LOVE'. His works are held in important permanent collections all over the world including Museum of Modern Art, New York; Whitney Museum of American Art; Stedelijk Museum, The Netherlands; San Francisco Museum of Modern Art and Los Angeles County Museum, California, among many others. In 2011, a 12 foot LOVE sculpture - on in an edition of three identical pieces sold for $4.1 million dollars.
Green Peace Love - from an edition of 190 (SOLD)
Green Peace Love - from an edition of 190 (SOLD)
75 x 81 cm
Screenprint on Paper