American Art after 1945

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  • Betye Saar (America, born 1926)
    The Bone of Contention. 2000.
  • Betye Saar (America, born 1926)
    The Conscience of the Court. 2000.
  • Betye Saar (America, born 1926)
    High John De Conquer. 2000.
  • Betye Saar (America, born 1926)
    Mother Catherine. 2000.
  • Betye Saar (America, born 1926)
    Blow Top Blues: The Fire Next Time. 1998.
  • Betye Saar (American, born 1926)
    Woman with Two Parrots. 2010.
  • Betye Saar (American, born 1926)
    Now You Cookin’ with Gas from the series Six Serigraphs: Bookmarks in the Pages of Life. 2000.
  • Betye Saar (American, born 1926)
    Magnolia Flower from the series Six Serigraphs: Bookmarks in the Pages of Life. 2000.
  • Betye Saar (American, born 1926)
    We Was Mostly ‘Bout Survival. 1998.
  • Betye Saar (American, born 1926)
    Remember Friendship. 1975.
  • 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.
  • Bob Haozous (Warm Springs Chiricahua Apache, born 1943)
    Untitled (Man with Bound Arms). 1974.
  • Brett Weston (American, 1911–1993)
    Dunes. 1947.
  • Calvin Ma (American, born 1984)
    Around and Around. 2013.
  • Cara Romero (Chemehuevi, b. 1977)
    Coyote Tails, No. 1. 2018.
  • Claire Falkenstein (American, 1908–1997)
    Body Centered Cubic. circa 1960.
  • Claire Falkenstein (American, 1908–1997)
    Untitled (Surrealist Painting). 1945.
  • Clayton Bailey (American, 1939–2020)
    Buns Robot. 2003.
  • Clayton Bailey (American, 1939–2020)
    Claytonium Bottle. 1991.
  • Dal Castro (Nisenan, born 1934)
    Maidu Spirit as Bear. 1978.

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