Robert Indiana (b.1928), a major figure in post-war American art, was born in New Castle, Indiana.
He studied at the Chicago Art Institute and the University of Edinburgh College of Art. He came to New York in the 1950s where he became a central figure of Pop Art, along with Warhol, Lichtenstein, Oldenburg, Wesselmann, and Rosenquist. Robert Indiana's artworks are provocative experiments that seductively transform linguistic imagery, recontextualized by personal experience, history, and current events.
Robert Indiana, HOPE
Robert Indiana, November, Silkscreen on Coventry Rag Vellum, 38 x 38 inches (96.5 x 96.5 cm), 2015, Edition of 11
Robert Indiana, LOVE Aluminum (Gold, Red), 26x26
Robert Indiana, HOPE (Steel), Silkscreen and enamel on steel, 14.1 x 11.7 inches (36 x 30 cm), 2009, Edition of 30