Hartley Elegies KVF IX, 1990, number 4 in an edition of 50. Lithograph, 57.5 x 57.5 in. (146.1 x 146.1 cm)
Provenance: Donated by Opera Gallery (www.operagallery.com)
Please Note: Item is in Miami, available for pick-up/shipment.
N.B. Born Robert Clark in Newcastle, Indiana in 1928, Robert Indiana is a preeminent figure in American art. Associated mostly with the Pop Art movement, Indiana also played a central role in the development of Assemblage Art. Clark spent his childhood moving from home to home, a temporality and inconsistency that had a strong influence on his identity as an artist. After relocating to New York in 1966, the artist adopted the last name Indiana as a statement about the concept of home, a subject that has persisted throughout his career.
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