Robert Rauschenberg — The story has happened; there is nothing left to tell, except for what the artist says.

Robert Rauschenberg was an American painter and graphic artist whose early works anticipated the pop art movement. Rauschenberg is well known for his "Combines" of the in which non-traditional materials and objects were employed in innovative combinations

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

Robert Rauschenberg - Tracer, Oil and silkscreen ink on canvas - owned by the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Kansas City, MO

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.

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

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

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

this collage is known as 'signs', to see a full analysis go the Moodle link, it will be on a word document.


Robert Rauschenberg Signs 1970 Color screenprint 250 x inches Contemporary Carl Solway Gallery

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

Booster and 7 Studies Booster, Robert Rauschenberg, lithograph and screenprint,

Choke, 1964.  Robert Rauschenberg.  (Detail.)   via @captainkdog/robert-rauschenberg

Mix media and use of translucency is effective, collectively creating a powerful image.

Robert Rauschenberg art piece ----  but wouldn't it make a wonderful room divider?

Robert Rauschenberg, Minutiae, Freestanding combine, 84 x 81 x 30 inches

Robert Rauschenberg and Susan Weil - c.1950,  Female Figure. Exposed blueprint paper (266.7 x 91.4 cm)

Female Figure ca. 1950 Robert Rauschenberg and Susan Weil Monoprint: exposed blueprint paper 105 x 36 inches x cm) Robert Rauschenberg Foundation RRF

Robert Rauschenberg, "Pilgrim". 1960

Why Can’t the Art World Embrace Robert Rauschenberg’s Queer Community?