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Bed - Robert Rauschenberg, 1955 Painting done on a quilt given to Rauschenberg by artist Dorothea Rockburne.
Fig. 8: Robert Rauschenberg, Bed, 1955. Combine painting: oil and pencil on pillow, quilt and sheet on wood supports. 75-1/4 x 31-1/2 x 8 in. (191 x 80 x 20.3 cm). Collection of The Museum of Modern Art, Gift of Leo Castelli in honor of Alfred H. Barr, Jr. This work is in the exhibition catalogue but not the exhibit.
Rauschenberg: Art and Photos - The New York Times Arts Slide Show Slide 4 of 7
the artwork of Robert Rauschenberg
transfer technique..developed by rauchenberg..lighter fluid used
untitled. combine. ca. 1954
Rauschenberg! Love this guy. You will find found objects on his work, like cigarette butts or paint lids.
justanothermasterpiece: Robert Rauschenberg.
I think it was out trip to the Modern last year that really got me liking Rauschenberg. It is amazing how some art pops out at you at different periods of your life.
It's true. Some stuff you hate and then love later.
New Dilemas by Thomas Hawk on Flickr.
via Paint and Poetry.
Combine Paitings, como ele denominará, inclusoes insolitas de objetos sobre fundos abstratos. Adptando musica de John Cage as artes plasticas.
Rauschenberg, Soviet American Array 1, 1988-89
Robert Rauschenberg - Almanac, 1962. Oil, acrylic and silkscreen on canvas
#ArtspaceFaves Portrait of Merce, 1984 by Robert Rauschenberg. I love the movement, colors and collection of images, it appeals to a different emotion each time you look at it.