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Robert Indiana

Für K. v. K., 1990

Lithograph on paper
30 1/16 × 38 1/4 in
76.4 × 97.2 cm
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Bowdoin College Museum of Art
Brunswick
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Best known for his iconic LOVE series, Robert Indiana began in 1963 to create a group of paintings …

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Best known for his iconic LOVE series, Robert Indiana began in 1963 to create a group of paintings that responded to early American modernist non-mimetic portraits. In The Demuth American Dream No. 5 (1963), Indiana pays homage to Charles Demuth and his symbolic portrait of poet William Carlos Williams, I Saw the …

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Bowdoin College Museum of Art
Robert Indiana
American, 1928–2018
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One of the central figures of the Pop Art movement, Robert Indiana takes his inspiration from …

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One of the central figures of the Pop Art movement, Robert Indiana takes his inspiration from commercial signs, claiming: “There are more signs than trees in America. There are more signs than leaves. So I think of myself as a painter of American landscape.” In his paintings, sculptures, and prints, he mimics and …

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Bowdoin College Museum of Art
Brunswick
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Best known for his iconic LOVE series, Robert Indiana began in 1963 to create a group of paintings …

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Best known for his iconic LOVE series, Robert Indiana began in 1963 to create a group of paintings that responded to early American modernist non-mimetic portraits. In The Demuth American Dream No. 5 (1963), Indiana pays homage to Charles Demuth and his symbolic portrait of poet William Carlos Williams, I Saw the …

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Bowdoin College Museum of Art
Robert Indiana
American, 1928–2018
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One of the central figures of the Pop Art movement, Robert Indiana takes his inspiration from …

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One of the central figures of the Pop Art movement, Robert Indiana takes his inspiration from commercial signs, claiming: “There are more signs than trees in America. There are more signs than leaves. So I think of myself as a painter of American landscape.” In his paintings, sculptures, and prints, he mimics and …

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Robert Indiana

Für K. v. K., 1990

Lithograph on paper
30 1/16 × 38 1/4 in
76.4 × 97.2 cm
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