American Art after 1945

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  • Michael Stevens (American, born 1945)
    Spike. 1988.
  • Michael Tompkins (American, born 1955)
    East Bay. 1989.
  • Mildred Howard (American, born 1945)
    public eye-private me. 2003.
  • Mitchell Johnson (American, born 1964)
    Pacheco Pass Road (Barns & Persimmons). 2001.
  • Narcisio Martinez (American, born Mexico, 1977)
    Sunday Morning II. 2019.
  • O. Winston Link (American, 1914–2001)
    Hot Shot Eastbound, Ieager, West Virginia. 1956.
  • Olivia Parker (American, born 1941)
    Ephemera Portfolio: Cinquefoil. 1977.
  • Paul Jenkins (American, 1923–2012)
    Phenomena Intervening Mantle. 2006.
  • Paul Wonner (American, 1920–2008)
    Still life with "Femme Au Coq" #2. 1952.
  • Peter VandenBerge (American, born Netherlands, 1935)
    Sin Yo Rita. 1992.
  • Peter VandenBerge (American, born Netherlands, 1935)
    Baseball Player. 1986.
  • Peter VandenBerge (American, born Netherlands, 1935)
    Printmaker (Bust of Paul Beckman). 1989.
  • Peter VandenBerge (American, born Netherlands, 1935)
    Alberto Giacometti. 1985.
  • Peter Voulkos (American, 1924–2002)
    Three Stacked Forms. 1977.
  • Preston Singletary (Tlingit, born 1963)
    Frog Helper. 2015.
  • Ralph Goings (American, 1928–2016)
    Sacramento Airport. 1970.
  • Raymond Jennings Saunders (American, born 1934)
    Joseph Fitzpatrick Was Our Teacher. 1991.
  • Richard Carter (American, born 1959)
    Trust. 1999.
  • Richard Diebenkorn (American, 1922–1993)
    Flowers. 1957.
  • Richard Misrach (American, born 1949)
    Bush #6 Arizona. 1977.

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