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Robert Indiana SUSAN B. ANTHONY 1977 Limited Edition Lithograph

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This is an un-signed original lithograph by Robert Indiana titled “SUSAN B. ANTHONY” from his “Mother of us all” series. 

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This is an un-signed original lithograph by Robert Indiana titled “SUSAN B. ANTHONY” from his “Mother of us all” series. 

This original lithograph was not signed. This piece is pencil numbered from an edition size of 150.

Printed on arches paper by Fernand Mourlot, Paris. Published in 1977 by Leon Amiel. Reference: Sheehan 99.

Paper measures approx. 24″ x 20″. Image measures 18″ x 14″. 

In nice condition. Comes unframed. Comes with a gallery certificate of authenticity.

Robert Clark, born in New Castle, Indiana, took the name of his native state. During a typical midwestern boyhood, he became interested in the visual imagery produced by mid-American mass culture. He attended the Herron School of Art in Indianapolis and the Munson-Proctor Institute in Utica, New York. He received a degree from the Art Institute of Chicago in 1953, and attended Edinburgh University and the Edinburgh College of Art in Scotland with a traveling fellowship.
In 1956, he moved to New York City, and began to work in with geometric pop art styles, incorporating the visual techniques and motifs of commercial advertising, such as the use of strident color and oversized scale. His precision painting often highlights aspects of American life in an ironic, and therefore critical context. In his best-known work, “The American Dream #1” (1961, Museum of Modern Art), his headlines “Take All” and “Tilt”, inscribed upon a background of gaudy, star spangled color, represent Indiana’s judgment of American values. This harsh view did not prevent the United States Post Office from using his popular image “Love” on a United States postage stamp in 1973.

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