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Robert Indiana Philadelphia Love Pop Art Limited Edition Lithograph, Signed

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A limited edition lithograph by Pop Art artist Robert Indiana ( American 1928 - 2018) of his iconic Philidalphia Love in Red and Blue numbered 87/225. The lithograph was printed by the Guggenheim Museum in 225 hand-numbered copies in year 2000. The art work has Robert Indiana signature on the plate. The Robert India Love lithograph comes with a certificate of Authenticity and has been recently framed in white with a glass top and is ready to be displayed and enjoyed.

About the artist:
Robert Indiana (born Robert Clark; September 13, 1928 – May 19, 2018) was an American artist associated with the pop art movement.
His iconic image LOVE was first created in 1964 in the form of a card which he sent to several friends and acquaintances in the art world. In 1965, Robert Indiana was invited to propose an artwork to be featured on the Museum of Modern Art's annual Christmas card. Indiana submitted several 12” square oil on canvas variations based on his LOVE image. The museum selected the most intense color combination in red, blue, and green. It became one of the most popular cards the museum has ever offered.[1] Indiana continued to develop his LOVE series, and in 1966, worked with Marian Goodman of Multiples, Inc. to make his first LOVE sculpture in aluminum. In 1970, Indiana completed his first monumental LOVE sculpture in Cor-Ten steel which is in the collection of the Indianapolis Museum of Art.
In addition to being a painter and sculptor, Indiana made posters and prints and also designed stage sets and costumes for the Virgil Thompson and Gertrude Stein opera The Mother of Us All.[2] Indiana's artwork has been featured in numerous exhibitions around the world and is included in the permanent collections of many major museums including the Museum of Modern Art, New York; Tate Modern, London; and the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.

Dimensions: 14.25" H x 14.25" W x 1" D
Unframed: 12" x 12"

Style: Pop Art

Period: 2000's

Condition: Good. Wear consistent with age and use.

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