American Art after 1945

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  • Gertrud and Otto Natzler (American, born Austria, 1908–1971; 1908–2007)
    Vase. 1961.
  • Gordon Onslow Ford (American, born England, 1912–2003)
    Voyagers in Space. 1971.
  • Gottfried Helnwein (Austrian, active Los Angeles, born 1948)
    Untitled (The Disasters of War 10). 2007 .
  • Gregory Kondos (American, 1923–2021)
    Sacramento River. 1981.
  • Harold E. Edgerton (American, 1903–1990)
    Gustave Solomons, Dancer. 1960.
  • Hung Liu (American, born China, 1948)
    Shoemakers. 1999.
  • Irving Norman (American, born Lithuania, 1906–1989)
    My World and Yours (And the Gods Created the World in Their Own Image). 1954.
  • Irving Norman (American, born Lithuania, 1906–1989)
    Cross...Road. 1973.
  • Jack Zajac (American, born 1929)
    Falling Water, Santa Cruz XX. 1992.
  • Jacob Lawrence (American, 1917–2000)
    The 1920's…The Migrants Arrive and Cast Their Ballots. 1974.
  • Jacob Lawrence (American, 1917–2000)
    Celebration of Heritage. 1992.
  • Jacques Schnier (American, born Romania, 1898–1988)
    Pierced Relief (abstract form). 1961.
  • James Lovera (American, 1920–2015)
    Flow Bowl. 2008.
  • James Lovera (American, 1920–2015)
    Sunburst Charger. 2003.
  • James Lovera (American, 1920–2015)
    Molten Blue-Green Crater Bowl. 2005.
  • Jamie Okuma (Luiseño/Shoshone-Bannock, born 1977)
    No Place Like Home, "Hōlyulkum". 2018.
  • Jaune Quick-to-See Smith (Salish, born 1940)
    Browning of America (map). 2000.
  • Jean LaMarr (Pit River/Paiute, born 1945)
    Vuarneted Indian Cowboy. 1984.
  • Jennifer Bartlett (American, born 1941)
    Pacific Ocean. 1984.
  • Jerry N. Uelsmann (American, born 1934)
    Untitled. 1976.

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