By Giuliano Serafini
Robert Rauschenberg (October 22, 1925 – may perhaps 12, 2008) was once an American painter and photo artist whose early works expected the pop paintings circulation. Rauschenberg is widely known for his "Combines" of the Nineteen Fifties, within which non-traditional fabrics and gadgets have been hired in cutting edge mixtures. Rauschenberg used to be either a painter and a sculptor and the Combines are a mix of either, yet he additionally labored with images, printmaking, papermaking, and function. He was once presented the nationwide Medal of Arts in 1993. He grew to become the recipient of the Leonardo da Vinci global Award of Arts in 1995 in popularity of his greater than forty years of fruitful artmaking.
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