Robert Rauschenberg, Factum I. 1957, Combine painting: oil, ink, pencil, crayon, paper, fabric, newspaper, printed reproductions, and painted paper on canvas

Robert Rauschenberg, Factum I. 1957, Combine painting: oil, ink, pencil, crayon, paper, fabric, newspaper, printed reproductions, and painted paper on canvas

Robert Rauschenberg — The story has happened; there is nothing left to tell, except for what the artist says.

Robert Rauschenberg — The story has happened; there is nothing left to tell, except for what the artist says.

Robert Rauschenberg. Estate, 1963. Love the indirect storytelling. My favorite thing about art is how it challenges the audience.

Robert Rauschenberg. Estate, 1963. Love the indirect storytelling. My favorite thing about art is how it challenges the audience.

Winter Pool, 1959 Robert Rauschenberg (American, 1925–2008) Combine painting: oil, paper, fabric, wood, metal, sandpaper, tape, printed paper, printed reproductions, handheld bellows, and found painting, on two canvases, with ladder

Winter Pool, 1959 Robert Rauschenberg (American, 1925–2008) Combine painting: oil, paper, fabric, wood, metal, sandpaper, tape, printed paper, printed reproductions, handheld bellows, and found painting, on two canvases, with ladder

Rauschenberg's self portrait. Saw this exhibit at Philbrook last year with Danny. He is great.

Rauschenberg's self portrait. Saw this exhibit at Philbrook last year with Danny. He is great.

I think it was out trip to the Modern last year that really got me liking Rauschenberg. It is amazing how some art pops out at you at different periods of your life.

I think it was out trip to the Modern last year that really got me liking Rauschenberg. It is amazing how some art pops out at you at different periods of your life.


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Robert Rauschenberg — The story has happened; there is nothing left to tell, except for what the artist says.

Robert Rauschenberg — The story has happened; there is nothing left to tell, except for what the artist says.

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