American Art after 1945

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  • Wayne Thiebaud
    Untitled (Cityscape). n.d.
  • Wayne Thiebaud
    Lipsticks. 1988.
  • Wayne Thiebaud
    Watermelon and Knife. 1989.
  • Wayne Thiebaud
    Cow Ridge. n.d.
  • Wayne Thiebaud
    Potrero Hill. 1989.
  • Wayne Thiebaud
    Cracker Circle. 1991.
  • Wayne Thiebaud
    Dark Glasses. 1991.
  • Wayne Thiebaud
    Farm Hill. 1992.
  • Wayne Thiebaud
    Bow Ties. 1993.
  • Wayne Thiebaud
    Dark Chocolates. n.d.
  • Wayne Thiebaud
    Steep Street. 1993.
  • Wayne Thiebaud
    Park Place. 1995.
  • Wayne Thiebaud
    Valley Farm. 1993.
  • Wayne Thiebaud (American, born 1920)
    Boston Cremes. 1962.
  • Wayne Thiebaud (American, born 1920)
    Pies, Pies, Pies. 1961.
  • Wayne Thiebaud (American, born 1920)
    River Intersection. 2010.
  • Wendy Red Star (Apsáalooke), born 1981
    Apsáalooke Feminist #1. 2016.
  • William T. Wiley (American, born 1937)
    Hinge. 1992.
  • William T. Wiley (American, born 1937)
    Columbus Rerouted #3. 1962.
  • William Theophilus Brown (American, 1919–2012)
    Untitled (Industrial Cityscape). 1987–1988.

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