Four Seasons of Hope (Silver), 2012
Signed, dated and numbered
From an edition of 125
35 x 29 1/2 inches (88.9 x 74.7 cm.)
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Robert Indiana is an American artist known for his Pop art, particularly his use of bold colors and words in his imagery. He is most famous for his use of "HOPE" and "Love" in his body of work, which features the word "HOPE" and "Love" in bold, colorful letters. In this artwork, Four Seasons of Hope (Silver), Indiana uses his iconic reference to HOPE via the use of vibrant and bold colors.
He uses primary colors like red, blue and yellow in his work to create a sense of energy and movement. Words and phrases also play a significant role in Indiana's art, as a way of commenting on American society and culture. He used simple, bold, and often repeated text which is easy to read and understand. He also used words to create visual interest in the composition and create a sense of movement and dynamism in his art. His art practice was heavily influenced by the American popular culture and by the art of the early 20th century.