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  • Alejandro Pescador

    Robert Indiana. LOVE. 1967 #pop #art #style

  • sandra sam

    This Robert Indiana." LOVE". 1967 serigraph, approx. 34"x 34" was originally designed as a Christmas card that was commissioned by The Museum of Modern Art NYC in 1965,

  • American Collectors

    2013 marks the 40th anniversary of the first USPS Love stamp, based on a design by artist Robert Indiana. The original Love artwork is part of the @Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) collection in New York.

  • Erin Keegan

    House Made: DIY Typography Art

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nonconcept: LOVE by Robert Indiana.

Robert Indiana is an American artist associated with the pop art movement. Indiana's best known image is the word love in upper-case letters, arranged in a square with a tilted letter O. The iconography first appeared in a series of poems originally written in 1958, in which Indiana stacked LO and VE on top of one another.

Robert Indiana - Whitney Museum. #Love #art

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Robert Indiana inspired oil pastel resist with tempera cake paint. You might find a template if you google Robert Indiana At the same station as the long strip of 4 hearts. Also try using white crayon or oil pastel as a resist

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Untitled Ad Reinhardt (American, 1913-1967) 1938. Oil on canvas, 16 x 20" (40.6 x 50.8 cm). Gift of the artist. © 2012 Estate of Ad Reinhardt / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York

Robert Indiana holding his LOVE  photo by William John Kennedy - 1964

Pop Art Icon Robert Indiana's LOVE modern art sculpture on 6th Ave, NYC. (Tks Luiz)

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Rene Magritte, MOMA, New York, 1965, by Steve Schapiro--I had never seen this before; it is fantastic.