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Robert Indiana
Am. b. 1928 

A long time resident of Vinalhaven, Maine, Robert Indiana is best-known for his iconic image LOVE and is currently receiving renewed attention for the Barack Obama inspired image HOPE.

During the summer of 2009 the Farnsworth Art Museum will host a major exhibition of Indiana's work entitled "Robert Indiana and the Star of Hope."  A highlight of the exhibition will be the sculpture "EAT" which Indiana created for the 1964 World's Fair and which has not been exhibited since then.






Indiana in Lewiston

46.5 x 26.75 in.

Serigraph (screenprint)

Signed R. Indiana '91 l.r.

Edition of 150 (watermark l.l.)



O'Farrell Gallery

to a Portland, Maine collector 

the collector's estate





This framed serigraph was executed by Indiana as part of a series entitled "The Hartley Elegies" created in homage to the internationally renowned American Modernist, Marsden Hartley (1877-1943) who was born in Lewiston, Maine. (For more detailed background on this work, click here.)