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A Love-hate relationship

May 29, 2018 5:00 AM

Robert Indiana, who created the long-lasting Love art work (above) within the mid-1960s, was not proud of the ensuing fame. The American artist, who died on May 19, fretted that the picture – which was tapped by many others with out licence – destroyed his profession, recasting him from a standard-bearer of 1960s avant-garde into an avatar of kitsch. But followers can quickly get a fuller image of his craft, with Indiana’s will dictating that his home and studio in Vinalhaven Island in Maine be became a museum and for his artwork assortment to be showcased to the general public.

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