Robert Rauschenberg 1963 Jewish Museum Poster
A framed 1963 Robert Rauschenberg Jewish Museum Exhibition poster. The poster was designed by Robert Rauschenberg and published by the Jewish Museum for his first retrospective exhibition in 1963. The exhibition poster was created before Rauschenberg received the International Grand Prize in Painting at the Venice Biennale a year later. He was the first American to earn the award. The poster has been included in the collections of The Library of Congress and The Metropolitan Museum.
American painter, graphic artist and sculptor, Milton Ernest "Robert" Rauschenberg (1925-2008) prognosticated the Pop art movement. He is well-known for his Neo-Dadaist approach and assemblage of everyday objects and materials. Rauschenberg is celebrated for many of his lifetime works that are in permanent collections around the world.
28" x 37.25" x 1.25" (frame); 21.25" x 31.5" (visible).
Signs of wear. Small tears and pinholes present. Discoloration to the paper. There are several creases in the paper. Signs of scratches and scuffs to the frame. Other wear.
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