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Classifications: Paintings

Classifications: Paintings
Indians
Kenneth Callahan
1932
33.244
Pilgrims' Landing
Kenneth Callahan
1955
64.58
The Tides
Kenneth Callahan
1956
79.80
Abstract Forms
Kenneth Callahan
ca. 1965
2012.15.5
Rocks and People
Kenneth Callahan
1938-38
46.210
The Mexican Shrine
Kenneth Callahan
1932
33.242
Indians in Landscape
Kenneth Callahan
1932
33.243
Insect
Kenneth Callahan
1966
66.110
Mountain Tree
Kenneth Callahan
1941
42.22
Evening Mist in Mountains
Kenneth Callahan
ca. 1940
48.48
Mail Boxes
Kenneth Callahan
1935
35.91
Feller
Kenneth Callahan
1934
40.51
The Accident
Kenneth Callahan
1939
42.41
The Rock
Kenneth Callahan
1944
45.17
Tensions
Kenneth Callahan
1961
82.185
The Storm
Kenneth Callahan
1938
38.28
Zodiac Theme I
Kenneth Callahan
1955
64.59
On Mt. Pilchuck
Kenneth Callahan
1948
48.193
Riders on the Mountain
Kenneth Callahan
1956
56.284
Chasm
Kenneth Callahan
1943
51.108
The Seventh Day (The Seed Was in Itself)
Kenneth Callahan
1952-53
53.123
The Storm
Kenneth Callahan
1961 or 1962
62.203
Rocks and People
Kenneth Callahan
ca. 1945-46
46.58
First Seed into Last Harvest
Kenneth Callahan
1943
46.65
Echoes of Ancient Battle
Kenneth Callahan
1955
55.173
Stone Form
Kenneth Callahan
1936
36.28
Three Sailors
Kenneth Callahan
ca. 1940
97.23
The Edge
Kenneth Callahan
1974
97.24
The Mountain
Kenneth Callahan
1945-46
47.60
Exuberant Winds
Kenneth Callahan
1976
77.14
Night of Soliloquy
Kenneth Callahan
1956
57.74
Ebb and Flow
Kenneth Callahan
1968
83.56
Logging Rail Road Construction
Kenneth Callahan
1937
37.47
Northwest Landscape
Kenneth Callahan
1934
34.137
Mountain Landscape
Kenneth Callahan
ca. 1983
2012.15.4
Kenneth Callahan
early 1980s
2019.11
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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.