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Classifications: Sculpture

Classifications: Sculpture
37 to 72 of 2,094
Death Shrine 2
Ken Price
1972 - 77
88.15
Untitled Standing Figure No. 5
Manuel Neri
1980
83.13
Seated dignitary
Mexican
58.32
Valentine
Manuel Izquierdo
1962
63.18
Gnomon's Parade (Over)
Christopher Wilmarth
1980
98.39
Saddle-faced Bannerstone
Native American
63.30
The Bather
Charles Salerno
1916-1958
58.61
Female figure
Yoruba
19th century
68.67
Seated monkey
Congolese
68.68
Toucan
Baule culture, Ivory Coast
68.70
Birdstone
Native American
63.32
Head of Sakhmet
Egyptian
1350-1085 B.C.
48.51
Yin/Yang
Ted Jonsson
1967
SC86.277
Camel
Chinese
late 14th-mid 17th century
33.814.1
Camel
Chinese
late 14th-mid 17th century
33.814.2
Dog
Mexican
14th century - 15th century
48.154.1
Dog
Mexican
14th century - 15th century
48.154.2
Bird Image
Melanesian
19th century
70.3
Carved mummy-head of a man
Andean
ca. 1000-1440
70.5
Humpback Whale
Charlie Swan
20th century
SC76.309
Palma
Mexican
48.88
Troubadour
Jaap Mooy
1960
63.76
Reclining Cow
Ewald Matare
1930's ?
58.81
Non-objective Form
Karl Hartung
1908-1958
58.84
Leavers and Dreams
Christopher Wilmarth
1976
80.1
Female figure
Zulu
81.17.1266
Untitled
Donald Judd
1967
2000.190

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.