ROBERT RAUSCHENBERG (USA 1925-2008), - Collage / #ExpresionismoAbstracto #Combines #NeoDadaismo

Robert Rauschenberg: Tate Modern to host first UK exhibition of painter's work for 35 years

Robert Rauschenberg Estate Oil and silkscreen on canvas 1963 In the collection of the Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia PA.

Robert Rauschenberg - Untitled (Sue), 1950, exposed blueprint paper

Robert Rauschenberg Untitled (Sue), 1950 Exposed blueprint paper x cm Collection of Susan Weil

Robert Rauschenberg - Tracer, 1963. Oil and silkscreen ink on canvas

Robert Rauschenberg, Tracer, US artist, image saturation in society, just as relevant today. Mixed media collage including screenprint using images from mass media and found elements and oil paint

Robert Rauschenberg  "In the 1960s Robert Rauschenberg and many artists associated with Pop art also used collage extensively to reflect the omnipresence of the printed word and image in modern society, as well as Richard Hamilton, who continued to apply paper and objets trouvés in his works."

"Overdrive" 1963 By Robert Rauschenberg. Robert Rauschenberg (October 1925 - May was an incredibly influential Am.

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Conservation Pool Party: The Washing and Bleaching of a Robert Rauschenberg Print

Robert Rauschenberg

robert rauschenberg - harbor, oil and silkscreen ink on canvas (museum ludwig, cologne).

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Robert Rauschenberg: Crocus, 1962 (Oil and silkscreen ink on canvas, 60 x 36 inches)

Robert Rauschenberg// In this image he uses a collage of images including photographs and paper/fabric to build up layers. Something interesting about this is the composition, how it build up from the bottom, there are more layers further down the image. The red lines bring a sudden boldness, and jolt to the images.

Robert Rauschenberg, Bazaar, 1984 Intaglio print and lithograph on paper 1073 x 759 mm