Andy Warhol, Mick Jagger, 1975. Publisher's Prospectus for the 1975 Andy Warhol portfolio of ten color silkscreens of Jagger.

Andy Warhol - Mick Jagger, 1975 (Publisher's Prospectus for the 1975 Andy Warhol portfolio of ten color silkscreens of Jagger)

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Matisse - The master of color with his stunning paper cutouts #matisse #color

Matisse, "Les Betes de la Mer" - The master of color with his stunning paper cutouts.

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

My favorite Matisse!!! The first poster I hung in my first home was of this! Love!

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Robert Rauschenberg - Harbor

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

M-Maybe, c.1965 by Roy Lichtenstein. Art print from

M-Maybe, c.1965

'M-Maybe' Art Print, by Roy Lichtenstein. Artistic style featured during the mid century. Works of Roy Lichtenstein and Andy Warhol rose to fame.

Dance (II) - Henri Matisse - Expressionism, Fauvism

Henri Matisse [French Fauvist Painter and Sculptor, Dance (II), 1910 Oil on canvas, 260 x 391 cm. The Hermitage, St.

Roy Lichtenstein

Roy Lichtenstein - Have students create angles and use protractors to measure (math)

James Rosenquist: Portrait Collages

FAKE image- The upper part (Kennedy) is from James Rosenquist (November 1933 - March The lower part (Obama) is an illustration from John Ritter; After James Rosenquist for the NewYorker.

Blue Waves Cotton Gauze Tenugui Japanese Fabric by kyotocollection

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Furoshiki Hokusai's 'Aka Fuji' Motif Japanese Fabric This furoshiki can be used s a wrapping cloth, as room decor, in fabric projects, etc. The weave has a textured finish. This design is based on a famous work by the renowned artist Hokusai.