Robert Indiana, born Robert Clark (1928-2018.) - "Wherefore the Punctuations of the Heart" is an original serigraph with letterpress on Crestwood Museum Edition Paper from the "Book of Love Suite" published by American Image Editions (1996.) It is hand signed and numbered (90/200) by the artist. With 5" matting, approximately 1/2" thick, it measures 36" x 31." Any imperfections in the picture are due to the glossy protection plastic glare, the piece itself is perfect! Ships free to U.S. address. Robert Indiana explored the American experience using everyday objects and language. He is best known for his iconic LOVE series, which has been reproduced in a wide range of formats from large public sculptures to postage stamps. His use of hard-edge painting, bold colors, and popular imagery, has led to his association with Pop art. His work combines non-art materials, ordinary language, and commercially-inspired graphic designs with more traditional elements of fine art.