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Classifications: Sculpture

Classifications: Sculpture
Man and woman, seated pair:  man
Mexican
1200 BC - 1500 AD
58.25.1
Man and woman, seated pair:  woman
Mexican
1200 B.C. - 1500 A.D.
58.25.2
Seated dignitary
Mexican
58.32
Saddle-faced Bannerstone
Native American
63.30
Birdstone
Native American
63.32
Dog
Mexican
14th century - 15th century
48.154.1
Dog
Mexican
14th century - 15th century
48.154.2
Carved mummy-head of a man
Andean
ca. 1000-1440
70.5
Humpback Whale
Charlie Swan
20th century
SC76.309
Palma
Mexican
48.88
Standing woman holding bowl and dish
Nayarit
200 B.C.- 300
74.61
Llama figure
Peruvian
ca. 1450-1550
81.17.1412
Seated figure holding round object to mouth
Mexican
500 B.C. - 1 A.D.
54.23
Standing male with hands to chest
Mexican
500 B.C. - 1
54.24
Standing priest or orator
Maya
ca. 600 - 900
64.39
Seated female figure
Mexican
81.17.1374
Seated figure
Mexican
ca. 600 - 800
81.17.1376
Frog
Mexican
81.17.1379
Reptilian animal
Peruvian
ca. 700 B.C.-400 B.C.
79.99
Flying man
Maya
ca. 550 - 950
90.19
Warrior figure with mask and shield
Mexican
ca. 600 - 900
81.108
Figure of a man dancing
Mexican
ca. 400 - 650
65.25
Palma
Mexican
53.111
Seated figure with conch shell
Mexican
ca. 300 B.C. - A.D. 400
64.103
Embracing couple
Jalisco
ca. 200 B.C. - 400
85.351
Warrior
Mexican
perhaps ca. 1200
55.202
Standing figure of a Maya woman
Mexican
ca. 600-900
48.160
Bird
Eskimo
76.304
Tattooed figure of a man
Colombian
1000
48.239
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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.