Robert Rauschenberg

American , 1925 - 2008

Born in Texas, Robert Rauschenberg attended the Kansas City Art Institute and then the Academie Julien in Paris before returning to the United States. He designed and executed stage sets and costumes for the Merce Cunningham Dance Company, also serving as technical director. He also established the Robert Rauschenberg Foundation, a non-profit private organization. He currently lives and works in N Read More ew York City.

His ideas and techniques had a major influence on the Pop Art movement. His revolutionary work,"Monogram," from 1959, for instance, was made of a stuffed angora goat, a tire, a police barrier, the heel of a shoe, a tennis ball, and paint. Popular culture, alternative materials, and screen printing have fueled his lifelong image-reorienting painting, printmaking, and photographic career. Read Less
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1968

Hiram Butler Gallery

$12,000 - $35,000

Test Stone I

1967

Jim Kempner Fine Art

$5,500 - $12,000

Shell

1969

Mary Ryan Gallery, Inc.

Price upon request

Rack

1969

Mary Ryan Gallery, Inc.

Price upon request

Sky Garden

1969

Susan Sheehan Gallery

$35,000 - $70,000

Sheephead

1974

Graphicstudio / U.S.F.

$12,000 - $35,000

Storyline II (Reels[B+C])

1968

Jim Kempner Fine Art

$12,000 - $35,000

Autobiography

1968

Hiram Butler Gallery

$5,500 - $12,000

L.A. Uncovered #5

1998

Gemini G.E.L. at Joni Moisant Weyl

$12,000 - $35,000

Street Sounds West

1993

Thomas French Fine Art

Price upon request

Front Roll

1964

Brooke Alexander, Inc.

$35,000 - $70,000

Rival

1963

Carl Solway Gallery

Price upon request

Test Stone #1

1967

Gemini G.E.L. at Joni Moisant Weyl

$5,500 - $12,000

Soviet/American Array III

1988

Brooke Alexander, Inc.

$35,000 - $70,000

The Most Distant Visible Part of the Sea (from: Suite of Nine Prints)

1979

The Annex Galleries

Price upon request