DAC Collection Artist Information
American painter, sculptor, and photographer
Brief biography, in most instances from the Union List of Artist Names® Online:
Robert Rauschenberg attended Black Mountain College in North Carolina. He was particularly interested in painting mundane objects and figures. In 1953, he began creating sculptures using organic materials and common items. By 1963, Rauschenberg had become so well-known that he had a retrospective exhibition at the Jewish Museum. By the 1970s, Rauschenberg had begun experimenting with performance art and film.
Artist ID number in the Union List of Artist Names®: ULAN 500002941.
The ULAN link above leads to a cataloging authority record at the Getty Research Institute.
Objects related to Robert Rauschenberg:
|Robert Rauschenberg||License, 1962||Color lithograph printed from four stones on cream wove paper|
|Robert Rauschenberg||Wart, 1970||Photo-offset lithograph printed on both sides of the sheet in silver and grey (recto) and blue and grey (verso) on coated wove paper|
|Robert Rauschenberg||Untitled, 1973||Lithograph and screenprint|
|Robert Rauschenberg||Labor’s Centennial, AFL-CIO, 1881–1981, 1981||Color offset lithograph on heavyweight wove paper|
|Robert Rauschenberg||Bazaar, 1984||Offset lithograph and photogravure, printed in nine colors in nine runs on wove paper|
|Robert Rauschenberg||Untitled (from the “Bleacher Series”), 1990||Black-and-white polaroid print mounted on rag paper|
|Robert Rauschenberg||Autobiography [triptych], 1968||Offset lithograph on three sheets|
|Robert Rauschenberg||Untitled, ca. 1964||Lithograph|
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