Robert Clark Indiana

American , 1928 -

An Indiana native, Robert Indiana attended Syracuse University and the Munson-Williams-Proctor Institute. He studied printing and lithography at the University of Edinburgh, Scotland on scholarship from the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture in Maine. He currently works and lives in Vinalhaven, Maine. He has always been fascinated by letters and numbers. Somewhat related to the Pop Art movement, Indiana's most popular works of sculpture, painting, and prints involve the word "LOVE", which has become a worldwide icon. The U.S. postal service commemorated these works with a "LOVE" stamp in 1973.
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The Book of Love

1996

Galerie Boisserée

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