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Rauschenberg, with his dog Laika, working on a transfer drawing in his Lafayette Streetstudio, New York, 1968. Photo: Shunk-Kender © J. Paul Getty Trust. Courtesy RobertRauschenberg Foundation

Rauschenberg, with his dog Laika, working on a transfer drawing in his Lafayette Streetstudio, New York, 1968. Photo: Shunk-Kender © J. Paul Getty Trust. Courtesy RobertRauschenberg Foundation

One of the 20th century’s most influential artists, Rauschenberg was known for his groundbreaking work and a spirit of generosity and social activism.

We’ve developed, in collaboration with the Foundation, six iconic visuals of Rauschenberg’s artwork in a limited edition of 300 each.

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5% of the sales will go to support the Robert Rauschenberg Foundation’s grantmaking in art, social justice, climate change, and education Another 5% will go to support Skateistan

Rauschenberg working on a transfer drawing in his Lafayette Street studio, New York, 1968. Photo: Shunk-Kender © J. Paul Getty Trust. Courtesy Robert Rauschenberg Foundation

Rauschenberg working on a transfer drawing in his Lafayette Street studio, New York, 1968. Photo: Shunk-Kender © J. Paul Getty Trust. Courtesy Robert Rauschenberg Foundation

About Robert Rauschenberg (1925-2008)

One of the 20th century’s most influential American artists, Robert Rauschenberg was known for his groundbreaking work as well as a spirit of generosity and social activism.

Working in a wide range of subjects, styles, techniques and mediums, Rauschenberg was a forerunner of many of the important artistic movements since abstract
expressionism. He had a lifelong commitment to collaboration, working with performers, printmakers, scientists, writers and artisans from around the globe. Rauschenberg also stood behind many causes ranging from environmental protection to the role of art in education to the connection between freedom of expression and human rights.

Excerpts from Robert Rauschenberg Overseas Culture Interchange: ROCI, 1985, edited in 1987. Courtesy Robert Rauschenberg Foundation

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