American Art after 1945

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  • Rufino Tamayo (Mexican, active New York, 1899–1991)
    Laughing Woman. 1950.
  • Ruth Bernhard (American, born Germany, 1905–2006)
    Classic Torso. 1979.
  • S. C. Yuan (American, born China, 1911–1974)
    Portrait of Rae. circa 1968–1970.
  • S. C. Yuan (American, born China, 1911–1974)
    Beach Scene. circa 1968–1974.
  • S. C. Yuan (American, born China, 1911–1974)
    Beach, Monterey. circa 1968–1974.
  • Sam Francis (American, 1923–1994)
    SFP59-49. 1959.
  • Shizu Saldamando (American, born 1978)
    Rigo with Papel Picado. 2010.
  • Stephen De Staebler (American, 1933–2011)
    Green Stele. 1973.
  • Stephen J. Kaltenbach (American, born 1940)
    Portrait of My Father. 1972–1979.
  • Thornton Dial (American, 1928–2016)
    Patches of Gold (Cornstalks). 2002.
  • Thornton Dial (American, 1928–2016)
    Hiding from the Coon Dog: The First African in America. 1994.
  • Tino Rodriguez (American, born Mexico, 1965)
    Xochipilli's Ecstatic Universe. 2004.
  • Tom Rippon (American, born 1954)
    La Vase Mysterieux. 2001.
  • Tony Natsoulas (American, born 1959)
    Marriage of the Angels Á la Mode. 2002.
  • Toshiko Takaezu (American, 1922–2011)
    Untitled. 1990.
  • Wayne Thiebaud
    The Sea Rolls In. 1958.
  • Wayne Thiebaud
    Water City (Preliminary Rendering for SMUD Mural). 1959.
  • Wayne Thiebaud
    Lunch, from Delights series. 1964.
  • Wayne Thiebaud
    Banana Splits, from Delights series. 1964.
  • Wayne Thiebaud
    Cherry Stand, from Delights series. 1964.

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