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    Gavan Soule, right, and Bruce Gamage remove a "Love" sculpture from Robert Indiana's home Thursday. The art had to be removed from the house so that it could be property-documented and assessed.

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    Robert Indiana's Star of Hope, the light yellow three-story house at the far left, stands out to passengers arriving on the Vinalhaven ferry.

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    Bruce Gamage shows a silkscreen print of Robert Indiana's famous work "Love" in a studio at Indiana's home, the Star of Hope.

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    Bruce Gamage, a fine-art appraiser from Rockland, opens a storage closet in Robert Indiana's studio that is filled with prints. Gamage has worked on getting Indiana's large collection of works in order since the artist's death in May.

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    Mark Spelman fixes a banner in Robert Indiana's studio in an old theater building near his home on Vinalhaven. Spelman, an employee of Whitney Art Works, helped organize and remove pieces of Indiana's art from his home and studio to be documented and assessed.

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    A few of Robert Indiana's jean jackets hang in the back entryway of his home on Thursday.

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    Robert Indiana's paint brushes remain on a work table in his studio.

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    VINALHAVEN, ME - JULY 19: Deb Whitney, co-owner of Whitney Art Works, puts together a crate for one of his "Love" sculptures outside of Robert Indiana's home. (Staff photo by Brianna Soukup/Staff Photographer)

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    A moving truck full of Robert Indiana's art that is being packed up and removed from his home by Whitney Art Works.

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    One of Robert Indiana's "Love" sculptures, packed up for shipping, is loaded into a truck outside his home in Vinalhaven on Thursday.

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    Gavan Soule, left, and Bruce Gamage load a piece of Robert Indiana's work from the 1950s into a moving truck.

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    Peter Whitney, co-owner of Whitney Art Works, climbs down from the moving truck as he and his employees organize and remove pieces of Robert Indiana's art from his home on Vinalhaven. Robert Indiana’s will stipulates that his home be turned into a museum.

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    Mark Spelman, center, Gavan Soule, right, and Peter Whitney remove a "Love" sculpture from Robert Indiana's home and pack it up in a crate for shipping.

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