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Classifications: Photographs

Classifications: Photographs
My Father at Ninety
Imogen Cunningham
1936
89.32
Sunbonnet Lady, Fillmore Street, San Francisco
Imogen Cunningham
ca. 1950s
89.33
Me Too
Imogen Cunningham
1955
89.37
John Winkler, Etcher
Imogen Cunningham
1958
89.45
David Park
Imogen Cunningham
1958
89.47
Anna Freud
Imogen Cunningham
1960
89.52
Morris Graves in His Leek Garden
Imogen Cunningham
1973
79.72
Morris Graves
Imogen Cunningham
1950
71.9
Minor White, Photographer
Imogen Cunningham
1963
88.10
Self-Portrait on Geary Street
Imogen Cunningham
1958
88.11
On Mount Rainier 9
Imogen Cunningham
1915
88.12
Portrait of Alfred Salmony, age 68
Imogen Cunningham
1958
59.177
Remembrance of Things Past
Imogen Cunningham
1970 - 73
87.118
Rose Mandel
Imogen Cunningham
1950
87.119
Morris Graves and Imogen in his Garden
Imogen Cunningham
1973
2005.142
Guendolen Carkeek Plestcheeff
Imogen Cunningham
ca. 1917
2009.27.2
Mrs. Elizabeth Champney
Imogen Cunningham
1910
89.21
Figures Number 1
Imogen Cunningham
1923
89.22
Triangles
Imogen Cunningham
1923
89.24
Two Callas
Imogen Cunningham
before 1929
89.26
Banana Tree
Imogen Cunningham
1929
89.27
Frida Kahlo, Painter 3
Imogen Cunningham
1931
89.28
Amaryllis
Imogen Cunningham
1934
89.30
Alfred Stieglitz at An American Place
Imogen Cunningham
1934
89.31
Edward Weston at Point Lobos
Imogen Cunningham
1945
89.34
Discrimination at a Rummage Sale
Imogen Cunningham
1948
89.35
Aurelia
Imogen Cunningham
1955
89.36
Seed Pod Auragia
Imogen Cunningham
1956
89.41
Mrs. Lovett Calls
Imogen Cunningham
1956
89.42
The Unmade Bed
Imogen Cunningham
1957
89.44
Roberta
Imogen Cunningham
1959
89.48
Theodore Roethke
Imogen Cunningham
1959
89.49
August Sander in His Home
Imogen Cunningham
1960
89.53
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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.