Tanya Veil (Whale) 1994 HS
Limited Edition Print : Lithograph on Conventry Pure Rage Fine Art Paper
Size : 11x8 in | 28x20 cm
Framed : 14.5x17 in | 37x43 cm
Edition : From the edition of 500
- 🔥Framed Lithograph - Blue Chip $2,500
Hand SignedHand Signed Along Bottom Edge
Framed with PlexiglassBlack Copolymer Plastic
Purchased fromGallery 1994
Provenance / HistoryPublished by the World Federations of United Nations Associations.
Certificate of AuthenticityMartin Lawrence Limited Edition Inc
Robert Rauschenberg - United States
Art Brokerage: Robert Rauschenberg American Artist: Robert Rauschenberg was a prominent member of the American Post-War avant-garde. The artist’s sculpture-painting hybrids known as Combines, broke through the two dimensionality of the canvas at a time when Abstract Expressionism dominated the scene. His seminal Neo-Dada work, Erased de Kooning (1953), consisted of ritualistically wiping out an original drawing he purchased from the famed painter. “I don't really trust ideas, especially good ones,” he once said. “Rather I put my trust in the materials that confront me, because they put me in touch with the unknown.” Born Milton Ernest Rauschenberg on October 22, 1925 in Port Arthur, TX, he was drafted into the Navy during World War II where he served as medical technician in San Diego. After the war, he used the GI Bill to travel to Paris to study at the Académie Julian, where he met his future wife Susan Weil. He and Weil went on to attend the Black Mountain College in North Carolina alongside John Cage and Merce Cunningham. Have settled in New York in 1949, Rauschenberg began questioning the nature of painting through works such as Bed (1955) and Monogram (1955–1959), which utilized commercial imagery and mass produced objects. Many of the artist’s ideas foresaw the emergence of Andy Warhol and Pop Art in the 1960s. The artist died on May 12, 2008 in Captiva, FL. Today, Rauschenberg’s works are held in the collections of the Tate Gallery in London, The Museum of Modern Art in New York, the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis, and the Kunstmuseum Basel, among others. Listings wanted.