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Completed “within complex circumstances” at the end of 1964, after Mr. Indiana never fully discussed, at least not in public, why he made the transition to the G-rated version, which he used as his Christmas card that year.

The next year, he turned it into a Christmas card for the Museum of Modern Art in New York.

Then came “love.”Although few fans seem familiar with the background, the art historian Susan Elizabeth Ryan revealed in her monograph on Mr.

Indiana’s famous image features the word L-O-V-E rendered in colorful capital letters, with the first two letters stacked on top of the other two, and the letter “O” tilted as if it were being swept off its feet.That year he also starred in the Andy Warhol film of the same name, which featured Mr.Indiana very slowly and languorously eating a mushroom.By 1966 he had done enough variations on the theme to have a show of “Love” prints, paintings and sculptures at Stable Gallery in New York.By 1970, when he built a 12-foot-tall steel version for the Indianapolis Museum of Art, the image was famous enough to be invoked — some would say stolen — by the book jacket design for Erich Segal’s best-selling novel “Love Story.” (This was long before Mr.

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