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Robert Rauschenberg Interior, 1956 Tecnica mista su tela (olio, matita, carta, legno, cappello, chiodi e stagno pressato) cm 122.56 x 117.79 x 19.05 © Robert Rauschenberg, by SIAE 2014 © Sonnabend Collection, New York


Robert Rauschenberg - 1956, Rhyme. Combine: oil, fabric, necktie, paper, enamel, pencil, and synthetic polymer paint on canvas (122.6 x 104.5 cm) MOMA


Robert Rauschenberg - 1959, Winter Pool. Combine painting: oil, paper, fabric, wood, metal, sandpaper, tape, printed paper, printed reproductions, handheld bellows, and found painting, on two canvases, with ladder. (228.6 x 148.6 x 10.2 cm) The Metropolitan Museum


Robert Rauschenberg - 1959, Backwash. Combine: oil, printed paper, printed reproductions and fabric on canvas (156.2 x 122.2 cm)


Robert Rauschenberg - 1953/54, Collection. Combine: oil, paper, fabric, newspaper, printed reproductions, wood, metal, and mirror on three canvas panels (203.2 x 243.8 x 8.9 cm) SFMOMA

Robert Rauschenberg - 1955, Bantam. Combine: oil, paper, printed reproductions, cardboard, fabric and pencil on canvas (29.5 x 37.1 cm)


Robert Rauschenberg - 1952, Untitled. This work uses transfer of magazine and newspaper articles and advertisements. The juxtaposition of the transferred images is intended to provide some social commentary value by the artist.

Robert Rauschenberg - 1957, Painting with Red Letter S. Combine: oil, paper, printed paper, and fabric on canvas (128.3 x 132.1 cm) Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, New York


Robert Rauschenberg - 1957, Memorandum of Bids. Combine: oil, pencil, paper, printed paper, and fabric on canvas (149.9 x 113 cm)


Ingeborg Svarc Lauterstein, in the process of being dressed as a centaur for a party, in a costume being designed and created by Robert Rauschenberg. Lauterstein and Rauschenberg were students at the legendary Black Mountain College (NC) c.1948-1949.