Buffalo II, 1964 - Robert Rauschenberg - WikiArt.org
‘Buffalo II’ was created in 1964 by Robert Rauschenberg in Pop Art style. Find more prominent pieces of figurative at Wikiart.org – best visual art database.
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Choke, 1964. Robert Rauschenberg. I like that his work is sometimes titled, sometimes not, and that the titles are non-sequiturs to what's happening in the work itself. He doesn't try to impose a narrative on you; he dares you to draw your own conclusions (sorry for pun), and most of the time you can't. And yet you feel revitalized somehow, maybe from the energy in his work.
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Robert Rauschenberg 381 Lafayette Street NYC 1968 Photo: Henri Cartier-Bresson Robert Rauschenberg and Brice Marden 381 Lafayette Street NYC 1968 Photo: Henri Cartier-Bresson Beverly Pepper Todi, Italy 1975 Photo: Ban Budnick George Grey Barnard Upper West Side NYC ca. 1916 Photos: Underwood & Underwood Grant Wood 5 Turner Alley Cedar Rapids, Iowa 1931 Photo: John…