ROBERT INDANA

AMERICAN DREAM #2

Year: 1982
Medium: Serigraph on four sheets of Fabriano 100% rag paper
From the edition of 100 with 15AP, 15 PP, 5 Printer's P, 5 proofs numbered with Roman numerals, 2 TP, 1BAT
Size (each): 24 x 24"
Signed in full on one sheet, initialed on remaining four sheets
Reference: Sheehan 125
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AMERICAN DREAM #5

Year: 1980
Medium: Screenprint on five sheets of Fabriano 100% rag paper
From the edition of of 100 with 18AP, 17PP, 5 Printers P, and 2 TP
Size (each): 24 x 24"
Signed in full on one sheet, initialed on remaining three sheets
Reference: Sheehan 113

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BOOK OF LOVE #6
(BLUE, YELLOW, BLACK, RED - FOUR COLOR LOVE)

Year: 1996
Medium: Screenprint
From the edition of 200
Sheet size: 24 x 20"
Framed size: 32 x 30.5"
Signed, dated, and numbered in pencil
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BOOK OF LOVE #10
(RED, ORANGE, AND YELLOW - FRENCH LOVE)

Year: 1996
Medium: Screenprint
From the edition of 200
Sheet size: 24 x 20"
Framed size: 32 x 30.5"
Signed, dated, and numbered in pencil
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DECADE AUTOPORTRAIT '61

Year: 2001
Medium: Serigraph
Edition: One of four printers proofs. This is PP 4/4. Aside from and unpublished edtion of 50.
Size: 37 x 36 3/8"
Signed, dated, and numbered in pencil
SOLD

Hope wall
(REd, white and blue)

Year: 2014
Medium: Screenprint on paper
From the edition of 33
Size: 24 x 25"
Signed, dated, and numbered in pencil
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LOVE WALL

Year: 2008
Medium: Serigraph
One of 4 Printers Proofs, aside from and unpublished edition of 50. 
Size: 45 x 44"
Signed, dated, and numbered in pencil
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shout for peace
(Blue and Gold)

Year: 2014
Medium: Silkscreen print in colors, in Coventry rag, 320
From the edition of 75
Size: 38 x 38"
Signed and numbered in pencil
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SHOUT FOR PEACE
(BLUE AND silver)

Year: 2014
Medium: Silkscreen print in colors, in Coventry rag, 320
From the edition of 75
Size: 38 x 38"
Signed and numbered in pencil
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SHOUT FOR PEACE
(red AND gold)

Year: 2014
Medium: Silkscreen print in colors, in Coventry rag, 320
From the edition of XXII
Size: 38 x 38"
Signed and numbered in pencil
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SHOUT FOR PEACE
(RED AND Silver)

Year: 2014
Medium: Silkscreen print in colors, in Coventry rag, 320
From the edition of 22
Size: 38 x 38"
Signed and numbered in pencil
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BIOGRAPHY

American (1928-2018)

Robert Indiana, born Robert Clark, was born in Indiana in 1928. He moved to New York in 1954 and joined the Pop Art movement. Robert Indiana used distinct imagery drawing on commercial art but gravitated towards a combination of sculpture and poetry. Indiana held his first solo exhibit in 1962 at a gallery in New York. He is best known for his use of simple and iconic images, bold colors, numbers and short words. “LOVE” became his most famous creation starting in 1964 when he created a Christmas card for the Museum of Modern Art. He later created a stamp in 1973 with the same image for the United States Postal Service. Indiana’s “LOVE” sculptures can be found a various locations throughout the U.S. Indiana also created the same image in Hebrew (“Ahava”) in1977. A large sculpture of the piece stands in Jerusalem at the Israel Museum. Robert Indiana’s most recent creation, similar to “LOVE,” was in 2008 when he constructed “HOPE” for the Barack Obama campaign. All the proceeds were donated to help fund Obama’s presidential campaign. His works are in the permanent collections of numerous museums including the Whitney, the Museum of Modern Art, and the Carnegie Institute.

 

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