Skip Ribbon Commands
Skip to main content
Seattle Art Museum (SAM)
menu

Classifications: Paintings

Classifications: Paintings
/ 15
Eagle in the Rock
Morris Graves
1941
91.246
Bird with Seeds (Possessions)
Morris Graves
1943
2012.15.9
Figure
Albert Urban
1943
44.80
Landscape
Hilda Morris
1939 or before
39.58
Andrew Caldwell
Rembrandt Peale
probably 1805 - 06
89.184
Market Fantasy
Mark Tobey
ca. 1940
83.165
Rain Forest
Paul Horiuchi
1960
83.296
Asian Bloom
Morris Graves
1945
46.219
Kettledrum, Off Conanicut, R.I. (Study)
William Trost Richards
ca. 1875
53.180
Shore of Guernsey Island (study)
William Trost Richards
ca. 1896
53.181
Near Tintagel, Cornwall (Study)
William Trost Richards
ca. 1880
53.184
Cliffs Near Tenby, Wales (Study)
William Trost Richards
ca. 1897
53.185
Guernsey Cliffs (Study)
William Trost Richards
ca. 1896
53.182
Shore at Clovelly, England (study)
William Trost Richards
ca. 1891-92
53.183
Indians
Kenneth Callahan
1932
33.244
Poverty Winter - Still Life
Morris Graves
1982
2007.116
Marsh Orchids
Morris Graves
1954-56
97.93
(Composition)
Stuart Davis
1939
72.44
Northwest Still Life
Mark Tobey
1941
42.30
Hemlock Pool (Autumn)
John Twachtman
ca. 1894
2005.166
In the Moonlight
Morris Graves
1940
2009.52.14
Gothic Bird
Morris Graves
1952
2009.52.23
Kundalini
Morris Graves
1953
2009.52.25
Nativity
Helmi Juvonen
1981
2009.52.33
Metamorphosis
Leo Kenney
1948
2009.52.46
Reliquary Flower
Leo Kenney
1953
2009.52.50
Voyage on an Inner Sea III
Leo Kenney
1953
2012.15.16
Landscape and Void
Leo Kenney
1983
2009.52.58
Byzantine Memories
Mark Tobey
1952
2012.15.18
Unknown - The Blessing
Mark Tobey
1936
2012.15.20
The Divide
Mark Tobey
1937
2012.15.21
Broadway After the Theater
Mark Tobey
1942
2009.52.76
Cubist Still Life
Mark Tobey
1946
2012.15.22
Vent Printanier
Mark Tobey
1964
2012.15.25
/ 15

Seattle Art Museum acknowledges that we are on the traditional homelands of the Duwamish and the customary territories of the Suquamish and Muckleshoot Peoples. As a cultural and educational institution, we honor our ongoing connection to these communities past, present, and future. We also acknowledge the urban Native peoples from many Nations who call Seattle their home.