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Let the World In: Prints by Robert Rauschenberg

looks at the development of this American artist through a chronological review of his prints and print process. Rauschenberg rose to prominence in the 1950s through his painting-sculptures ("Combines"). His prints brought commonplace objects and representational images back into the avant-garde. His approach helped steer print studios in new directions. (National Gallery of Art)

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Interesting Fact:

Rauschenberg often integrated photographs of everyday subjects with images of great works of art from the past. His Bellini series, printed and published by ULAE in 1987, includes some of the most beautiful examples of this type, featuring allegorical figures of virtue and vice adapted and enlarged from paintings by the Venetian Renaissance master Giovanni Bellini.
Shirtboards — Morocco/Italy '52: Shirtboard X, 1990 – 1991.  lithograph, screenprint, and hand coloring with collage on cardboard, 39.4 x 27.3 cm (15 1/2 x 10 3/4 in.)  Published by Styria Studio, Ne

Shirtboard X, 1990–1991

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