This book, Robert Indiana and The Star of Hope, is both a retrospective of the artist’s work and a study of his living and working space. The work contained in this book is from the Indiana’s personal collection and includes work from his student days. This book provides a unique view of how Indiana’s work evolved since his move to Vinalhaven. Essays by John Wilmerding and Michael K. Komanecky are also included.
This hardcover book is in like-new condition. This cloth-covered book comes with a dust jacket. Both the front of the jacket and book contain the illustration of Hope, 2008, oil on canvas. The cover has a see-through protective cover. The book is immaculate. The binding is tight and the interior is unmarked.
This book contains 128 pages including 121 color and 4 black-and-white illustrations, essays, and catalog index.
Title: Robert Indiana and The Star of Hope
Publisher: Farnsworth Art Museum
Place: Rockland, Maine
Date of Publication: 2009
Number of Pages: 128
Dimensions: 9.75 x 10.25 inches