Popular Culture
left side
Eduardo Paolozzi
Medea
1964
Welded aluminum
6’ 9” × 6’
Rijksmuseum Kröller-Müller, Otterlo
the Netherlands
[Fig. 19-02]
R. B Kitaj
After Rembrandt
2000
Post-it Note
Charcoal and
Pastel
David Hockney
A Bigger Splash
1967
Acrylic on canvas
8’ 1⁄8” × 8’ 1⁄8”
Tate, London
[Fig. 19-05]
Robert Rauschenberg and Susan Weil
Untitled
(Double Rauschenberg)
c. 1950
Monoprint: exposed blueprint paper
8’ 9” × 3’
Co...
Robert
Rauschenberg
Monogram
1959
Combine painting:
oil and collage with
objects
42 × 63-1⁄2 × 64-
1⁄2”
Moderna Museet
Sto...
Robert Rauschenberg
Estate
1963
Oil and silkscreen ink on canvas
8’ × 5’ 10”
Philadelphia Museum of Art
[Fig. 19-10]
Jasper Johns
Target with Plaster Casts
1955
Encaustic and collage on canvas
with wood construction and plaster
casts
51 × ...
George Segal
The Diner
1964–66
Plaster, wood,
chrome, laminated
plastic, Masonite,
fluorescent lamp,
glass, and paper
8’ 6...
Claes Oldenburg
Floor Cake
(Giant Piece of Cake)
1962
Synthetic polymer paint and
latex on canvas filled with
foam rubber ...
Claes Oldenburg
Geometric Mouse
Scale A
1969–71
Aluminum, steel,
paint
height 12’
Walker Art Center,
Minneapolis
[Fig. 19-...
Richard Artschwager
Destruction III
1972
Acrylic on Celotex
with metal frames,
two panels
6’ 2” × 7’ 4”
Private collection...
Roy Lichtenstein
Artist’s Studio:
The Dance
1974
Oil and synthetic
polymer paint on
canvas
8’ 1⁄8” × 10’ 8-1⁄8”
Museum of
...
Portrait of Andy Warhol
by Jamie Wyeth
Portrait of Jamie
Wyeth by Andy Warhol
Andy Warhol
Triple Elvis
1963
Silkscreen ink and acrylic paint
on canvas
6’10” x 9’10”
sold at auction for $81.9 million
W...
Sister Corita
Enriched Bread
1965
Serigraph
[Fig. 19-48]
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Popular culture left side

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Published on: Mar 4, 2016
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  • 1. Popular Culture left side
  • 2. Eduardo Paolozzi Medea 1964 Welded aluminum 6’ 9” × 6’ Rijksmuseum Kröller-Müller, Otterlo the Netherlands [Fig. 19-02]
  • 3. R. B Kitaj After Rembrandt 2000 Post-it Note Charcoal and Pastel
  • 4. David Hockney A Bigger Splash 1967 Acrylic on canvas 8’ 1⁄8” × 8’ 1⁄8” Tate, London [Fig. 19-05]
  • 5. Robert Rauschenberg and Susan Weil Untitled (Double Rauschenberg) c. 1950 Monoprint: exposed blueprint paper 8’ 9” × 3’ Collection Cy Twombly, Rome [Fig. 19-07]
  • 6. Robert Rauschenberg Monogram 1959 Combine painting: oil and collage with objects 42 × 63-1⁄2 × 64- 1⁄2” Moderna Museet Stockholm [Fig. 19-09]
  • 7. Robert Rauschenberg Estate 1963 Oil and silkscreen ink on canvas 8’ × 5’ 10” Philadelphia Museum of Art [Fig. 19-10]
  • 8. Jasper Johns Target with Plaster Casts 1955 Encaustic and collage on canvas with wood construction and plaster casts 51 × 44 × 3-1⁄2” Collection David Geffen [Fig. 19-12]
  • 9. George Segal The Diner 1964–66 Plaster, wood, chrome, laminated plastic, Masonite, fluorescent lamp, glass, and paper 8’ 6” × 9’ × 7’ 3” Walker Art Center, Minneapolis [Fig. 19-20]
  • 10. Claes Oldenburg Floor Cake (Giant Piece of Cake) 1962 Synthetic polymer paint and latex on canvas filled with foam rubber and cardboard boxes 4’ 10-3⁄8” × 9’ 6-1⁄4” × 4’ 10-3⁄8” Museum of Modern Art New York [Fig. 19-23]
  • 11. Claes Oldenburg Geometric Mouse Scale A 1969–71 Aluminum, steel, paint height 12’ Walker Art Center, Minneapolis [Fig. 19-24]
  • 12. Richard Artschwager Destruction III 1972 Acrylic on Celotex with metal frames, two panels 6’ 2” × 7’ 4” Private collection [Fig. 19-32]
  • 13. Roy Lichtenstein Artist’s Studio: The Dance 1974 Oil and synthetic polymer paint on canvas 8’ 1⁄8” × 10’ 8-1⁄8” Museum of Modern Art New York [Fig. 19-37]
  • 14. Portrait of Andy Warhol by Jamie Wyeth Portrait of Jamie Wyeth by Andy Warhol
  • 15. Andy Warhol Triple Elvis 1963 Silkscreen ink and acrylic paint on canvas 6’10” x 9’10” sold at auction for $81.9 million Wednesday, Nov. 12, 2014 Christie's in New York
  • 16. Sister Corita Enriched Bread 1965 Serigraph [Fig. 19-48]

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