17 October 2006
Robert Rauschenberg (b. 1925)
signed and dated 'RAUSCHENBERG 74' (on the reverse)
collage and solvent transfer on cloth
88 x 43in. (223.5 x 109.3cm.) including frame
Executed in 1974
Anon. sale, Sotheby's New York, 11 November 1988, lot 333.
Harcourts Gallery, San Francisco.
Galerie Ressle, Stockholm.
Alfonso Artiaco, Naples.
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San Francisco, San Francisco Museum of Art, 1974-1977 (on extended loan).
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