Class [controlled]: paintings American art
*Work Type [link]: painting
Title: Abstract Composition with Silk-screened Photographic Images Title Type: description
*Creator Display: Robert Rauschenberg (American, born 1925)
*Role [link]: painter [link]: Rauschenberg, Robert
*Creation Date: 1963 [controlled]: Earliest: 1963 Latest: 1963
*Subject [links]: nonrepresentational collage glass of water rocket clock street sign Sistine Chapel (Vatican, Italy) Statue of Liberty (New York, New York, USA) New York (New York, USA)
Culture [link]: American
*Current Location [link]: Philadelphia Museum of Art (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA) ID: 1967-881
*Measurements: 243.84 x 177.29 cm (96 X 69 7/8 inches)
[controlled]: Value: 243.84 Unit: cm Type: height | Value: 177.29 Unit: cm Type: width
*Materials and Techniques: oil and silk-screened inks on canvas
Material [links]: oil paint ink canvas Technique [links]: screen printing
Inscriptions: silk-screened street signs read: PINE SAINT / ONE WAY / ONE / PUBLIC / SHELTER / STOP
Description: Photographic images simulating a collage include the Statue of Liberty, a glass of water, the Sistine Chapel, a diagram of a clock, a street sign in the artist’s New York neighborhood, and a launching rocket. These lithographed images are combined with expressive brushwork.
Description Source [link]: Philadelphia Museum of Art. Handbook of the Collections. Philadelphia: Philadelphia Museum of Art, 1986. Page: 334
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