American Art after 1945

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  • Akinsanya Kambon (American, born 1946)
    Equestrian Black Samson. 2012.
  • Alan Rath (American, 1959–2020)
    Neo Watcher V. 2002.
  • Alison Saar (American, born 1956)
    Hades D.W.P. II. 2016.
  • Alison Saar (American, born 1956)
    Hepcat from the Copacetic portfolio. 2019.
  • Alison Saar (American, born 1956)
    Table for Two from the Copacetic portfolio. 2019.
  • Alison Saar (American, born 1956)
    Torch Song from the Copacetic portfolio. 2019.
  • Alison Saar (American, born 1956)
    Hooch n' Haint from the Copacetic portfolio. 2019.
  • Alison Saar (American, born 1956)
    Jitterbug from the Copacetic portfolio. 2019.
  • Alison Saar (American, born 1956)
    Paradiddle Diddle from the Copacetic portfolio. 2019.
  • Alison Saar (American, born 1956)
    Shebop from the Copacetic portfolio. 2019.
  • Alison Saar (American, born 1956)
    Syncopatin’ from the Copacetic portfolio. 2019.
  • Alison Saar (American, born 1956)
    Man in Blue Suit. 1981.
  • Allan Houser (Chiricahua Apache, 1914–1994)
    Force. 1978–1990.
  • Allan Houser (Chiricahua Apache, 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.
  • Betye Saar (America, born 1926)
    Untitled. circa 2010.

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