“Combine” is a term Rauschenberg invented to describe a series of works that combine aspects of painting and sculpture. Virtually eliminating all distinctions between these artistic categories, the Combines either hang on the wall or are freestanding. With the Combine series, Rauschenberg endowed new significance to ordinary objects by placing them in the context of art.

Robert Rauschenberg Contributed by Sarah Roberts In July 2013 SFMOMA launched the Rauschenberg Research Project on the museum’s website.

robertrauschenberg:    Robert Rauschenberg, Mule (Hoarfrost Editions), 1974. Offset lithographic and newspaper images transferred to a collage of fabric and paper bags.  See it in the Summer Selections exhibition at George Krevsky Gallery (San Francisco).

robertrauschenberg: Robert Rauschenberg, Mule (Hoarfrost Editions), Offset lithographic and newspaper images transferred to a collage of fabric and paper bags. See it in the Summer Selections exhibition at George Krevsky Gallery (San Francisco).

Robert Rauschenberg Painting with Grey Wing, 1959

From Robert Rauschenberg Foundation, Robert Rauschenberg, Painting with Grey Wing Combine: oil, printed reproductions, unpainted paint-by-number bo…

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