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 (rou′shən-bûrg′), Robert 1925-2008.
American artist noted for his collages, photomontages, and paintings that incorporate photographs and found objects.
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(Biography) Robert. 1925–2008, US artist; one of the foremost exponents of pop art
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(ˈraʊ ʃənˌbɜrg)

Robert, born 1925, U.S. artist.
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Caption: Robert Rauschenberg, Canto XX: Circle Eight, Bolgia 4, The Fortune Tellers and Diviners, 1960, transfer drawing, wash, and pencil on paper, 14 1/2 x 11 1/2".
At the age of 45, Robert Rauschenberg left New York for an island off the Florida coast.
I find some critical problems with Jonathan Katz's article on Robert Rauschenberg in the September-October issue of the G&LR.
MOUNT VEEDER, CA--Napa Valley vintner and international art collector Donald Hess has delved into his private reserves of art to exhibit rarely seen works by the late American master Robert Rauschenberg. As a tribute to Rauschenberg, who died in May at age 82, Hess brings several Rauschenberg pieces from his personal collection in Berne, Switzerland, for viewing at the art museum at his Napa Valley mountain winery, The Hess Collection.
Robert Rauschenberg (1925-2008) A titan of American modernism, visual artist Robert Rauschenberg collaborated with Merce Cunningham and John Cage early on, helping to define the startlingly contemporary look of the Merce Cunningham Dance Company.
Summary: "To Whom It May Concern," the late John Cage once remarked, alluding to the work of his colleague Robert Rauschenberg, "the white paintings came first; my silent piece came later." It may be useful to recall Cage's words, and their various artistic ramifications, as you walk into the Sfeir-Semler Gallery these days.
The Portland Art Museum is buying an assemblage sculpture by American artist Robert Rauschenberg.
Painter and sculptor Joyce Raimondo provides an introduction to this style of art through the works of its major creators: Roy Lichtenstein, Andy Warhol, Robert Rauschenberg, Jasper Johns, Claes Oldenburg, and George Segal.
"It comes as something of a shock to I recall that Robert Rauschenberg has been a symbol of the new for some twenty-five years.