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The estate of the enigmatic artist Robert Indiana, who died in 2018, is snared in a tangle of allegations involving fraud, forgery, theft, and elder abuse.

Indiana’s art and legacy have been entrusted to a onetime fisherman who was Indiana’s caretaker from 2016 until his death. Jamie Thomas was named in the artist’s will to lead a foundation responsible for overseeing Indiana’s collection and the conversion of his ramshackle home into a museum — and Thomas’s appointment has alarmed many of Indiana’s friends and art-world associates.

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