Robert Indiana is an American artist, the
last living legend from the Pop Art
movement which included Andy Warhol
and Roy Lichtenstein.
Indiana was born Robert Clark in New
Castle on September the 13th 1928. One
of the preeminent figures of American art since the 1960s, he has been a pioneer of assemblage
art, hardedge abstraction and pop art. Over the past
fivedecades, Indiana’s work has explored the power of
abstraction and language, American identity and personal
Indiana's works are in the permanent collections of
numerous museums including the Museum of Modern Art,
New York, the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York
and the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.
Walton Fine Arts have been major specialists in Robert
Indiana’s artworks for the past 20 years.
This exhibition, which will run alongside the world’s first
Indiana retrospective at internationally renowned Whitney
Museum of American Art, NYC, brings the iconic works of a
legendary master to London, on display and available for
purchase to art collectors and lovers.