Robert Rauschenberg, Pilgrim, 1960, Combine painting: Oil, pencil, printed paper, and fabric on canvas with painted wood chair.
Robert Rauschenberg, Minutiae, 1954, Oil, paper, fabric, newspaper, wood, metal, plastic, with mirror and string on wood structure.
Robert Rauschenberg, The Tower, 1957, oil, paper, fabric, and wood with broom, umbrella, spherical object, tin cans, and electric lights on wood structure.
Robert Rauschenberg, Odalisk, 1955-1958, Combine: oil, watercolor, pencil, crayon, paper fabric, photographs, printed reproductions, miniature blueprint, newspaper, metal, glass, dried grass and steel wool, with pillow, wood post, electric lights, and Plymouth Rock rooster on wood structure.
Robert Rauschenberg, Retroactive I, 1964, oil and silkscreen ink on canvas, 7’ X 5’.
Robert Rauschenberg, Persimmon, 1964, oil and silkscreen ink on canvas, 66“ X 50“.
Jasper Johns, Flag, 1954-1955, encaustic, oil and collage on canvas mounted to plywood, 3 panels, 42 ¼” X 60 ⅝”.
Jasper Johns, Three Flags, 1958, encaustic on canvas.
Jasper Johns, Painting with Two Balls, 1960, encaustic on canvas with assemblage.
George Segal, Diner, mixed-media installation with plaster, plastics, wood, masonite, glass, lamps, plaster casts, paper, etc., 8‘ X 12‘ X 8‘.
Quang Duc, a seventy-three-year old Buddhist monk, soaked himself in gasoline and set himself on fire, burning to death in front of thousands of onlookers at a main highway intersection in Saigon, Vietnam on June 11, 1963. He was protesting against the American- backed government’s discrimination against Buddhists. A group of nuns and monks circled the burning martyr with banners that read “A Buddhist Priest Burnes Himself for Five Requests.”