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Classifications: Prints

Classifications: Prints
Woman Filling Water Cans
Jean Francois Millet
19th century
35.480
Germany Under Bayonets
E. Ramirez
1937
95.82.10
The Cross and Swastika
Jesus Escobeda
1937
95.82.11
Nazi Propaganda and Espionage
Leopoldo Mendez
1937
95.82.1
Man in Nazi Society
Pablo O'Higgins
1937
95.82.2
Law Without Justice
Miguel Dosamontes
1937
95.82.3
Lost Youth
Guillermo Monroy
1937
95.82.4
Women in Nazi Society
Alfredo Zalce
1937
95.82.7
The Third and Fourth Reich
Raul Anguiano
1937
95.82.8
The Tragedy of the Countryside
Ignacio Aguirre
1937
95.82.9
The Hidden Boy
Jay Bolotin
1985
92.46.1
I Rockhannon Hill
Jay Bolotin
1984 - 85
92.46.2
November in Kentucky II, 8/20
Jay Bolotin
1985
92.46.3
11a blast of a shotgun
Jay Bolotin
1985
92.46.4
11b the hidden boy, 8/20
Jay Bolotin
1984
92.46.5
III The Dead Rabbit
Jay Bolotin
1984 - 85
92.46.6
IIIa we buried it
Jay Bolotin
1984
92.46.7
IV The Iron Horsemen, 8/20
Jay Bolotin
1984 - 85
92.46.8
IVa the gate
Jay Bolotin
1984
92.46.9
Untitled
John Chamberlain
1973
76.87.3
Untitled
Mark di Suvero
1973
76.87.5
Untitled
Öyvind Fahlström
1973
76.87.7
Device
Jasper Johns
1972
78.58
Fool's House
Jasper Johns
1972
78.60
Paraclete
Kathleen J. Rabel
1976
78.22
Elapse
Bridget Riley
1982
83.41
Clusters
Edda Renouf
1976
79.86.1
Clusters
Edda Renouf
1976
79.86.2
Clusters
Edda Renouf
1976
79.86.3
Clusters
Edda Renouf
1976
79.86.4
Clusters
Edda Renouf
1976
79.86.5
Clusters
Edda Renouf
1976
79.86.6
Clusters
Edda Renouf
1976
79.86.7
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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.