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Classifications: Prints

Classifications: Prints
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
V.a the gift
Jay Bolotin
1984
92.46.11
VI A Father and His Son
Jay Bolotin
1984 - 85
92.46.12
VII Meet Me Tonight
Jay Bolotin
1984 - 85
92.46.14
VIIa Lucinda - meet me tonight
Jay Bolotin
1985
92.46.15
VIII The Laundromat
Jay Bolotin
1984 - 85
92.46.16
VIIIa daydream marriage
Jay Bolotin
1984
92.46.17
IX The Horrid Eyes of Forty Thieves
Jay Bolotin
1984 - 85
92.46.18
IXa the road
Jay Bolotin
1985
92.46.19
Xa this place on Broadway
Jay Bolotin
1985
92.46.22
Xb the proposition
Jay Bolotin
1985
92.46.23
XI Christmas in Brooklyn
Jay Bolotin
1985
92.46.24
XIa the thinnest white garment
Jay Bolotin
1984
92.46.25
XII The Traveling Salesman
Jay Bolotin
1984 - 85
92.46.27
XIIa these new motels
Jay Bolotin
1985
92.46.28
XIIb here's one more story for you
Jay Bolotin
1984
92.46.29
XIII Daniel Boone (the statue)
Jay Bolotin
1984 - 85
92.46.30
XIV Last Summer in Kentucky
Jay Bolotin
1984 - 85
92.46.32
XIVa the waitress
Jay Bolotin
1984
92.46.33
XIVc summer nights summer nights
Jay Bolotin
1984
92.46.35
XIVe the cretin, 8/20
Jay Bolotin
1984
92.46.37
Dedication page
Jay Bolotin
1984 - 85
92.46.38
VIa stay close in my footsteps
Jay Bolotin
1984
92.46.13
XIVd the young men
Jay Bolotin
1984
92.46.36
V The Music Box
Jay Bolotin
1984 - 85
92.46.10
XIb and I danced
Jay Bolotin
1985
92.46.26
X Bar Song
Jay Bolotin
1984 - 85
92.46.21
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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.