About the Artist
Born Robert Clark in Indiana, Robert Indiana took his native state's name after moving to New York in 1954. A leader in New York's pop art movement, Indiana found commercial success with his widely recognizable LOVE, originally commissioned by the Museum of Modern Art in 1965, and then co-opted as an emblem of 1960s idealism. Though complex in personal meaning for the artist, LOVE is accessible to the masses and has appeared in prints, paintings, sculptures, and other mediums, and rendered in a variety of colors, compositions, and techniques.
- 10 note cards (2 each of 5 images) with envelopes