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    Robert Indiana (American, b. 1928)
    The American Dream, 1997
    The complete book bound with 24 screenprints in color and a suite of 6 separate loose screenprints in colors on wove paper
    22-1/2 x 17 inches (57.2 x 43.2 cm) (book)
    Ed. 162/395
    Each of the six prints are signed and numbered in pencil
    Published by Marco Fine Arts Contemporary Atelier, El Segundo

    The book includes poetry by Robert Creeley, a foreword by Susan Ryan, and captioning by Michael McKenzie. Contained in its original black calf binding with the artist's name in red on the front and spine, the book also comes in its original cardboard holding box.

    This work is accompanied by a certificate of authenticity from Marco Fine Arts signed by both the president of the publisher and by the artist.

    The six suite of separate loose screenprints include: The American Dream, 1960-61; Love, 1966; The Metamorphosis of Norma Jean Mortenson, 1967; Highball on the Redball Manifest, 1963; One Indiana Square, 1970; Picasso, 1974.

    More information about Robert Indiana, also known as Indiana, Robert, Clark, Robert, Robert Indiana.

    Condition Report*: The book and all of the prints remain in excellent condition; the sizes of the loose prints are as follows: 16-3/4 x 14 in (18-1/2 x 16 sheet); 14 x 14 (16 x 16 sheet); 14 x 14 (16 x 16 sheet); 16-1/2 x 14 (18-5/8 x 16 sheet); 14 x 14 (16 x 16 sheet); 17 x 14 (19 x 16 sheet).  The cardboard box is 20 x 25.75 x 4 inches.
    *Heritage Auctions strives to provide as much information as possible but encourages in-person inspection by bidders. Statements regarding the condition of objects are only for general guidance and should not be relied upon as complete statements of fact, and do not constitute a representation, warranty or assumption of liability by Heritage. Some condition issues may not be noted in the condition report but are apparent in the provided photos which are considered part of the condition report. Please note that we do not de-frame lots estimated at $1,000 or less and may not be able to provide additional details for lots valued under $500. Heritage does not guarantee the condition of frames and shall not be liable for any damage/scratches to frames, glass/acrylic coverings, original boxes, display accessories, or art that has slipped in frames. All lots are sold "AS IS" under the Terms & Conditions of Auction.

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    Auction Dates
    November, 2015
    14th Saturday
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