American Art after 1945

Back to Collections
  • Alan Rath (American, born 1959)
    Neo Watcher V, 2002
  • Allan Houser (American Chiricahua Apache, 1914–1994)
    Force, 1978–1990
  • Allan Houser (American, 1914–1994)
    The Young Potter, 1986
  • Andrea Gill (American, born 1948)
    Illusionary Flight, 1992
  • Ansel Adams (American, 1902–1984)
    Oak Tree, Sunset City, 1962
  • Antonio Prieto (American, born Spain, 1912–1967)
    Bottle, mid-1950s
  • Beatrice Wood (American, 1893–1998)
    Blue and Gold Lusterware with Band of Gold Figures, 1977
  • Bennett Bean (American, born 1941)
    Untitled (Vessel), 1982
  • Bill Owens (American, born 1938)
    Our house is built with the living room in the back, so that in the evenings we sit out front of the garage and watch the traffic go by, 1968–72
  • Claire Falkenstein (American, 1908-1997)
    Untitled (Surrealist Painting), 1945
  • Claire Falkenstein (American, 1908–1997)
    Body Centered Cubic, circa 1960
  • Clayton Bailey (American, born 1939)
    Buns Robot, 2003
  • Clayton Bailey (American, born 1939)
    Claytonium Bottle, 1991
  • Dale Chihuly (American, born 1941)
    Golden Teal Chandelier, 2014
  • Dale Chihuly (American, born 1941)
    Macchia Seaform Group, 1984
  • Daniel Douke (American, born 1943)
    Widescreen, 2009
  • David Gilhooly (American, 1943–2013)
    Frog Drum, circa 1975
  • David Gilhooly (American, 1943–2013)
    Frog Buddha, 1975
  • David Hollowell (American, born 1951)
    Mother and Child, 1989
  • David Huffman (American, born 1963)
    Belly Button Window, 2006

Rent the Crocker

Whether hosting your wedding or a corporate reception, the Crocker Art Museum is the perfect canvas for your special event. Our unique setting and exceptional service guarantees an unparalleled experience. Please contact the Events Department for more information.

Learn more

Jazz Night: Choo Choo Boogaloo

In big-band style, Peter Petty & His Titans of Terpsichore take on songs like Glenn Miller’s “Chatanooga Choo Choo” and Billy Strayhorn’s “Take the A Train.”

Get your tickets

Conversations That Matter: Immigration

A dynamic panel talk and community discussion on immigration in California, connecting to the themes found in Chiura Obata and Race to Promontory.

Join the conversation