American Art after 1945

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  • 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 Gilhooly (American, 1943–2013)
    Jelly Belly Bear in Art. 1981.
  • David Hollowell (American, born 1951)
    Mother and Child. 1989.
  • David Huffman (American, born 1963)
    Belly Button Window. 2006.
  • David Park (American, 1911–1960)
    Back of Nude. 1960.
  • David William Simpson (American, born 1928)
    Red Violet to Green. 1967.
  • Deborah Oropallo (American, born 1954)
    American Signal Code: On the Nature of Pain. 1990.
  • Dennis Leon (American, born England, 1933–1998)
    Loma Prieta. 1989.
  • Eduardo Carrillo (American, 1937–1997)
    Testament of the Holy Spirit. 1971.
  • Eduardo Carrillo (American, 1937–1997)
    Woman Holding Serpent. 1975.
  • Edwin Scheier (American, 1910–2008)
    Vessel. circa 1999.
  • Elmer Nelson Bischoff (American, 1916–1991)
    Group of Houses. 1961.
  • Elmer Nelson Bischoff (American, 1916–1991)
    Green Lampshade. 1969.
  • Elsa Rady (American, 1943–2011)
    Bowl. 1977.
  • Elsa Rady (American, 1943–2011)
    Red Bottle Vase. 1978.
  • Elsa Rady (American, 1943–2011)
    Bowl. 1979.

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