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Robert Rauschenberg, Horsefeather Thirteen X, 1972, Lithograph and Screenprint With Pochoir Collage and Embossing on paper, 31 x 22.5 inches, Edition 35 of 82, Robert Rauschenberg prints, Robert Rauschenberg art for sale

Horsefeather Thirteen X, 1972

Lithograph and Screenprint with Pochoir collage and Embossing on paper

31 x 22.5 inches 

Edition 35/82

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Robert Rauschenberg, Most Distant Visible Part of the Sea, Lithograph screenprint, 1979, 30.5 x 23 inches, Robert Rauschenberg prints, Robert Rauschenberg art for sale

Most Distant Visible Part of the Sea, 1979

Color Silkscreen and Collage on paper

30.5 x 23 inches

Edition 31 & 76/100

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Robert Rauschenberg, People Have Enough Trouble Without Being Intimidated By An Artichoke, Offset Color Lithograph with Collage, 1979, 28.7x22.5, Robert Rauschenberg prints, Robert Rauschenberg art for sale

People Have Enough Trouble without Being Intimidated by an Artichoke, 1979

Offset Color Lithograph with collage

28.7 x 22.5 inches

Edition 51 & 66/100

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Robert Rauschenberg, One Lioner, 2000, Lithograph on paper, 35 x 24 inches, edition 103 of 200, Robert Rauschenberg prints, Robert Rauschenberg art for sale

One Lioner, 2000

Color Lithograph on paper

35 x 24 inches

Edition 103/200

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Robert Rauschenberg, Quarry Local One, 1968, Lithograph, 33.75 x 25.5 inches, edition of 850 & 500 unsigned, Robert Rauschenberg prints, Robert Rauschenberg art for sale

Quarry Local One, 1968

Offset Lithograph on paper

33.75 x 25.5 inches

Edition of 850

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Robert Rauschenberg, Horsefeather Thirteen X, 1972, Lithograph and Screenprint With Pochoir Collage and Embossing on paper, 31 x 22.5 inches, Edition 35 of 82, Robert Rauschenberg prints, Robert Rauschenberg art for sale

Horsefeather Thirteen X, 1972

Lithograph and Screenprint with Pochoir collage and Embossing on paper

31 x 22.5 inches 

Edition 35/82

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Robert Rauschenberg, Most Distant Visible Part of the Sea, Lithograph screenprint, 1979, 30.5 x 23 inches, Robert Rauschenberg prints, Robert Rauschenberg art for sale

Most Distant Visible Part of the Sea, 1979

Color Silkscreen and Collage on paper

30.5 x 23 inches

Edition 31 & 76/100

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Robert Rauschenberg, People Have Enough Trouble Without Being Intimidated By An Artichoke, Offset Color Lithograph with Collage, 1979, 28.7x22.5, Robert Rauschenberg prints, Robert Rauschenberg art for sale

People Have Enough Trouble without Being Intimidated by an Artichoke, 1979

Offset Color Lithograph with collage

28.7 x 22.5 inches

Edition 51 & 66/100

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Robert Rauschenberg, One Lioner, 2000, Lithograph on paper, 35 x 24 inches, edition 103 of 200, Robert Rauschenberg prints, Robert Rauschenberg art for sale

One Lioner, 2000

Color Lithograph on paper

35 x 24 inches

Edition 103/200

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Robert Rauschenberg, Quarry Local One, 1968, Lithograph, 33.75 x 25.5 inches, edition of 850 & 500 unsigned, Robert Rauschenberg prints, Robert Rauschenberg art for sale

Quarry Local One, 1968

Offset Lithograph on paper

33.75 x 25.5 inches

Edition of 850

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Biography

Robert Rauschenberg

Robert Rauschenberg

Robert Rauschenberg (1925-2008), was an early American pop artist and abstract expressionist from Port Arthur, TX. He never seriously considered life as an artist until after he served as a Marine and studied art in Paris under the G.I. Bill. There would go on to receive his formal education at Black Mountain College where he befriended the likes of Josef Albers, John Cage, and Jasper Johns, and was exposed to a multitude of disciplines, which are evident in his distinct style.

As an accomplished painter, collage artist and silk screener, Rauschenberg began to experiment with a variety of materials in his combines, which where collages that incorporate scavenged objects, brush work, photographs and fabric. This combination of mediums, silk screening, and different surfaces helped Rauschenberg offer unique visual presentations of American pop culture that flirted with the boundaries of traditional art forms, which make him an important figure in the early pop art movement. In 1998, the Guggenheim Museum presented a large and comprehensive retrospective of Rauschenberg’s work, highlighting his influence on American art in the second half of the 20th century.

 

Understanding is a form of blindness. Good art, I think, can never be understood.

- Robert Rauschenberg

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