Offered is an exceptional print by one of the most influential artist of our generation, Robert Rauschenberg. "More Distant Visible Part of the Sea" from A Suite of Nine Prints (1979) is a photolithograph and screenprint, printed from multiple stencils measuring 30 1/2" x 23". This print is also commonly found listed as "The Most Distant Visible Part of the Sea". Print is signed and numbered by the artist in the lower left corner. Print is printed on Rives/BFK paper and was published by Multiples, NY. This print is in excellent condition and is sold unframed.
Instrumental in pushing American art onward from Abstract Expressionism, Rauschenberg became a transformative link to those who came next and were identified with Pop Art, Conceptualism, Process Art and other new kinds of art. Rauschenberg defied the idea that an artist stick to one medium or style and he continually obscured the lines between painting and sculpture, painting and photography, and photography and printmaking of which this print is a beautiful example.
19th/20th Century American and European Paintings, Prints, & Sculptures