Robert Rauschenberg:
Painting "The Feeling"

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Robert Rauschenberg:
Painting "The Feeling"

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Limited, 5000 exemplars | Serially numbered | Signed | Photolithography | Model frame | Passe-partout | Glazed | Format 40 x 50 cm

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Robert Rauschenberg: Painting "The Feeling"

An original Rauschenberg for a small budget: the complex, invisible world of feelings and sensual perceptions is made visible by the groundbreaker of American Pop Art in delicate shapes and colors.


Original photolithography in four colors, stamp-signed and serially numbered on the backside. Limited edition of 5000 exemplars. In silvery solid wood model framing with acid-free, bevel-cut passe-partout and grey bevel, glazed. Format framed 40 x 50 cm.

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The American artist Robert Rauschenberg (1925 - 2008, Florida) studied with Josef Albers at the legendary Black Mountain College. There, he met with Merce Cunningham, John Cage, and Cy Twombly.

His work characterize of continuing interest in experimenting. With Cage he realized "Automobile tire prints", which the patterns were printed of the tire. He has created the costumes for Merce Cunningham. He developed a special process, which he could rub off on other paper newspaper and magazine images and edit further. The graphic techniques of lithography and screen-print offered more ways to play freely and associatively with images. In the mid-60's he created the first "combine paintings", images that were combined with objects and materials of everyday life. So Rauschenberg is one of the founders of Pop Art.

The universal works with a variety of materials, techniques and media (from painting to the dance) and the new combine experiment show Rauschenberg as one of those artists who seek to remove the gap between art and life in their work. His works are appreciated all over the world and are exhibited in the Museum of modern art, New York.

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