Robert Indiana, ‘Tilt, from the original 1971 American Dream portfolio (Sheehan 63) ’, 1971, Print, Color Screenprint on White Schoellers Parole Paper (Signed, Dated & Numbered) - Unframed, Alpha 137 Gallery
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Robert Indiana

Tilt, from the original 1971 American Dream portfolio (Sheehan 63) , 1971

Color Screenprint on White Schoellers Parole Paper (Signed, Dated & Numbered) - Unframed
39 × 32 in
99.1 × 81.3 cm
Edition of 200
.
$3,000
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Shipping: $95 domestic, $295 rest of world
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Four years before he created his iconic “LOVE” motif, Robert Indiana gained his first major art …

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This is the original, RARE 1971 silkscreen published in an edition of only 200, not the later 1997 …

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Very good vintage condition
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Hand-signed by artist, Signed, dated and numbered in pencil from the edition of 200 in pencil, underneath the artist's printed name, date …
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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 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 re-arranges the words and numbers of a myriad of signs, including the Phillips 66 gas station logo and the “Yield” traffic sign. He is most famous for his “LOVE” paintings and sculptures, first produced in the 1960s. Creating a block out of the word—with the “L” and the “O” set atop the “V” and the “E”—Indiana has effectively inserted his own sign into the mix.

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Robert Indiana, ‘Tilt, from the original 1971 American Dream portfolio (Sheehan 63) ’, 1971, Print, Color Screenprint on White Schoellers Parole Paper (Signed, Dated & Numbered) - Unframed, Alpha 137 Gallery
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Four years before he created his iconic “LOVE” motif, Robert Indiana gained his first major art world recognition for his 1961 painting The American Dream I, which was acquired that same year by The Museum of Modern Art’s director Alfred Barr for the institution’s permanent collection. Adopting the style of sign …

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This is the original, RARE 1971 silkscreen published in an edition of only 200, not the later 1997 reprise, which was smaller in size and larger in edition. This is the far more desirable, uncommon limited edition original - from 1971 - one of the most influential eras in Pop Art history! Unframed. A rich, bright …

Medium
Condition
Very good vintage condition
Signature
Hand-signed by artist, Signed, dated and numbered in pencil from the edition of 200 in pencil, underneath the artist's printed name, date …
Certificate of authenticity
Included
Frame
Included
Series
Decade
Publisher
Multiples, Inc. New York
Price ranges of medium-sized prints by Robert Indiana
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$2,400–$3,200
This work
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$16,800+
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 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 re-arranges the words and numbers of a myriad of signs, including the Phillips 66 gas station logo and the “Yield” traffic sign. He is most famous for his “LOVE” paintings and sculptures, first produced in the 1960s. Creating a block out of the word—with the “L” and the “O” set atop the “V” and the “E”—Indiana has effectively inserted his own sign into the mix.

Robert Indiana

Tilt, from the original 1971 American Dream portfolio (Sheehan 63) , 1971

Color Screenprint on White Schoellers Parole Paper (Signed, Dated & Numbered) - Unframed
39 × 32 in
99.1 × 81.3 cm
Edition of 200
.
$3,000
Ships from New York, NY, US
Shipping: $95 domestic, $295 rest of world
Certificate
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This work includes a certificate of authenticity.
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