Details:

This print, part of an edition of 46, was created through an intaglio process in five colors; the edition was printed on Arches en tout Cas paper. This composition notably combines imagery from the artist's photography archive. It is one of nine prints from Rauschenberg's "Ruminations" series, which was published in 1999.
Unframed
Edition of 46
Signed

① Artwork:

Eagle Eye (Ruminations)

This print, part of an edition of 46, was created through an intaglio process in five colors; the edition was printed on Arches en tout Cas paper. This composition notably combines imagery from the artist's photography archive. It is one of nine prints from Rauschenberg's Ruminations series, which was published in 1999.

Robert Rauschenberg, who embraced technological, conceptual and stylistic innovation throughout his career, was among the very first artists invited by ULAE founder Tatyana Grosman to work in ULAE's studio. Printmaking was an integral part of the artist's practice throughout his career—Rauschenberg collaborated with ULAE for over 50 years.

Specs:

38 inches
49.75 inches

③ Artist:

Robert Rauschenberg

Robert Rauschenberg was an internationally renowned artist who embraced technological, conceptual and stylistic innovation throughout his career. The artist's works, which encompass a wide range of static and performance-based media, have been widely exhibited around the world. Rauschenberg's work was strongly influenced by the interdisciplinary approaches to art-making that emerged in the mid-20th century, and printmaking was an integral part of the artist's practice.

Robert Rauschenberg:
Eagle Eye (Ruminations), 1999
Intaglio in 2 colors with etching on Arches En Tout Cas paper
49.8 × 38.0 inches /