Robert Rauschenberg

Cliché Verre

Alternate Projects, Robert Rauschenberg,  Cliché Verre


Cliché Verre, 1980
Offset lithograph printed in black and brown on mylar. Published by The Drawing and Print Club Founders Society, Detroit Institute of Art, Detroit, with their printed copyright. Out of an edition of 800 unsigned posters.
25h x 18 1/2w in

$ 700

​​​​​​​Robert Rauschenberg (1925 – 2008) was an American painter who worked, over the span of six decades, in a wide range of mediums including painting, sculpture, prints, photography, and performance. Rauschenberg is renowned for his landmark series of Combines (1954-1964), artworks which incorporated everyday objects as art materials and which blurred the distinctions between painting and sculpture. Rauschenberg had a lifelong interest in photography and printmaking and with experimentation into ways the onslaught of images in modern media culture could be transmitted and transformed.