American Art after 1945

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  • Frank Tuttle (Yuki/Wailaki/Konkow Maidu, born 1957)
    Burn Digger Burn. circa 1990.
  • Frank Tuttle (Yuki/Wailaki/Konkow Maidu, born 1957)
    Yuki People. n.d.
  • Fred Thomas Martin (American, born 1927)
    Gold of the Caucasus. 1969.
  • Fritz Scholder (Luiseño, 1937–2005)
    Human in Nature # II. 1990.
  • Fritz Scholder (Luiseño, 1937–2005)
    Bicentennial Indian. 1975.
  • Fritz Scholder (Luiseño, 1937–2005)
    The Last Pueblo. 1973.
  • George Blake (Hupa/Yurok, born 1944)
    Tobacco Basket. 1985.
  • George Blake (Hupa/Yurok, born 1944)
    Cigar Store (White) Man. 1995.
  • George Herms (American, born 1935)
    Pandora's Box. 1992.
  • Geri Montano (American, born 1961)
    A is for Apple; I is NOT for Indian. 2016.
  • 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 Soman (American, born 1943)
    Untitled (Car). n.d. .
  • Jack Zajac (American, born 1929)
    Falling Water, Santa Cruz XX. 1992.

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