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#45805, from the Dreamers Portfolio

Smithsonian American Art Museum

#45791, from the Dreamers Portfolio

Smithsonian American Art Museum

#45550, from the Dreamers Portfolio

Smithsonian American Art Museum

#45495, from the Dreamers Portfolio

Smithsonian American Art Museum

#45445, from the Dreamers Portfolio

Smithsonian American Art Museum

#45294, from the Dreamers Portfolio

Smithsonian American Art Museum

#45170, from the Dreamers Portfolio

Smithsonian American Art Museum

#426

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
White child's chair, frame made of formed steel; four legs of the same steel are continuous, forming runners. Accompanied by a thin, green wool cushion.

#41 Jar with Loop

Smithsonian American Art Museum

#4, from the Untitled Press Series

Smithsonian American Art Museum
Robert Rauschenberg invited Brice Marden to make prints in 1972 at his Untitled Press located on a property adjacent to his home on Captive Island, Florida. The artists reached the printmaking workshop by a road cut through subtropical vegetation. The gestural nature of this print expresses the experience of reaching the studio: “Every day to get to the workshop I had to walk from the house through this jungle. These have much more of a jungle feeling. This is much more vegetal than other prints.” The succession of prints in the series suggests the brief passage of time as Marden crossed from house to workshop.

Multiplicity, 2011

#4, #6, and #8 on Fifth Avenue in Manhattan

Archives of American Art
1 photographic print : b&w ; 19 x 24 cm.

#39

Smithsonian American Art Museum

#3533-a

Smithsonian American Art Museum

#3, from the Untitled Press Series

Smithsonian American Art Museum
Robert Rauschenberg invited Brice Marden to make prints in 1972 at his Untitled Press located on a property adjacent to his home on Captive Island, Florida. The artists reached the printmaking workshop by a road cut through subtropical vegetation. The gestural nature of this print expresses the experience of reaching the studio: “Every day to get to the workshop I had to walk from the house through this jungle. These have much more of a jungle feeling. This is much more vegetal than other prints.” The succession of prints in the series suggests the brief passage of time as Marden crossed from house to workshop.

Multiplicity, 2011

#3, 1967 Untitled

Smithsonian American Art Museum

#21--1967

Smithsonian American Art Museum

#2, from the Untitled Press Series

Smithsonian American Art Museum
Robert Rauschenberg invited Brice Marden to make prints in 1972 at his Untitled Press located on a property adjacent to his home on Captive Island, Florida. The artists reached the printmaking workshop by a road cut through subtropical vegetation. The gestural nature of this print expresses the experience of reaching the studio: “Every day to get to the workshop I had to walk from the house through this jungle. These have much more of a jungle feeling. This is much more vegetal than other prints.” The succession of prints in the series suggests the brief passage of time as Marden crossed from house to workshop.

Multiplicity, 2011

#1D

Smithsonian American Art Museum

#193 Yokut Snake Basket Illusion

Smithsonian American Art Museum

#17, 1966

Smithsonian American Art Museum

#143

Smithsonian American Art Museum
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