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Classifications: Prints

Classifications: Prints
Hanu-Qwatchu
Joe David
1977
SC82.85
Kwatyaht and Mamasiyik
Hupquatchew Ron Hamilton (Ki-Ke-In)
1977
2014.7.4
Poo'Wista
Hupquatchew Ron Hamilton (Ki-Ke-In)
1977
2014.7.5
Teetskin and Hayitlik
Hupquatchew Ron Hamilton (Ki-Ke-In)
1977
2014.7.6
Beaver
Gerry Marks
1977
2014.7.9
Wolf
Gerry Marks
1977
2014.7.10
Thunderbird and Sisiutl
Russell Smith
1977
2014.7.11
Weget
Roy Vickers
1977
2014.7.12
My Guardian Angel
Roy Vickers
1977
2014.7.14
Owl with Tree Frogs
Carl Stromquist
2009.5.39
Nuu-chah-nulth Whalers
Patrick Amos
2014.4.1
Child to Mother
Francis Dick
1997
2014.4.8
Geluzi
Francis Dick
2003
2014.4.9
Guluva
Francis Dick
2014.4.10
Three Killer Whales
Calvin Hunt (Tlasutiwalis)
1998
2014.4.14
Jaade
Eric Parnell
ca. 2007
2014.4.22
Chimqs-tuuA
Moy Sutherland
2002
2014.4.35
Welcome To Home
Julius Twohy
20th century
69.377
Charm
Lyle Wilson
2001
2009.5.45
The Weget Legend
Roy Vickers
1977
2014.7.13
Walking Through My Fires
Francis Dick
1992
2014.8.9
Ahousaht Memorial
Hupquatchew Ron Hamilton (Ki-Ke-In)
1978
2005.124
Masset Haida Pole Raising
Jim M. Hart
October 2, 1982
2009.5.55
The Dragon
Francis Dick
1996
2009.5.11
Mischievous Man, Tsak
Norman Tait
1978
2009.5.14
Raelane
Francis Dick
1999
2014.4.7
Transformation Sun Mask
Mark Hardenson
1978
2014.6.1
Kwagulth Hamatsa Raven
Anthony Hunt
20th century
2014.6.2
Eats-Qwin
Joe David
1977
2014.7.2
Kwatyaht's Gift to Teetskin
Hupquatchew Ron Hamilton (Ki-Ke-In)
1977
2014.7.3
The Hunter and the Wolf Series
Greg Colfax
1994
2015.5.1
The Hunter and the Wolf Series
Greg Colfax
1994
2015.5.2
The Hunter and the Wolf Series
Greg Colfax
1994
2015.5.3
The Hunter and the Wolf Series
Greg Colfax
1994
2015.5.5
Double-finned Killer Whale
Roy James Hanuse
1977
2014.7.7
Hamatsa Dance Screen
Richard Hunt
1977
2014.7.8
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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.