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Native American Art
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Breakfast Series
Sonny Assu (Gwa'gwa'da'ka)
2006
2006.93
Leather jacket with bear design
Dorothy Grant
ca. 1995
2001.1076
Hat (xaad dajaangaa)
Charles Edenshaw
1895
83.226
Lukwalil (feast dish)
Calvin Hunt (Tlasutiwalis)
1994
94.63
Keet Shagoon (Killer Whale)
Preston Singletary
2003
2003.12
Naaxein (Chilkat robe)
Native American
ca.1880
83.229
yius (basket)
Cowlitz
ca. 1890s
93.74
Seated human figure bowl
Coast Salish
pre-1800
83.223
Cedar bark dress (sZayep)
Alice Williams
1985
91.206.1
First Salmon Ceremony
Ron Hilbert Coy (Vadesqidab)
ca. 1978
2005.175
Shaman Who Went to the Other World
Stan Greene
1980
2005.125
Coiled basket (yiQus)
Julia Anderson Meigs, (tsisdaws)
late 19th or early 20th century
2005.176
Symphony of Butterflies
Susan Point
2006
2007.49
The End of the Ancestors
Gerald Bruce subiyay Miller
1992
2009.23
Dla'ehl (Interior housepost)
Native American, Kwakwaka'wakw
ca. 1800
83.242
Thunderbird mask and regalia
Calvin Hunt (Tlasutiwalis)
2006
2006.6
Sakíi.id (headdress frontlet)
Albert Edward Edenshaw
ca. 1870
91.1.82
Galukw'amhl (Mask of the Crooked Beak)
Willie Seaweed (Hilamas)
ca. 1940
91.1.1
Yéil X'eenh (Raven Screen)
Native American, Kadyisdu.axch', Tlingit, Kiks.adi clan
ca. 1810
79.98
The First People
Susan Point
2008
2008.31
Xoots kudas' (Bear Chilkat shirt)
Angoon
ca. 1860
91.1.137
Four Seasons series: Fall
Wendy Red Star
2006, printed 2016
2016.13.1
Four Seasons series: Winter
Wendy Red Star
2006, printed 2016
2016.13.2
Four Seasons series: Spring
Wendy Red Star
2006, printed 2016
2016.13.3
Four Seasons series: Indian Summer
Wendy Red Star
2006, printed 2016
2016.13.4
Painting #10
George Morrison
1955
2007.82
Painting #12
George Morrison
1952
2007.83
Aam’halait (Shaman’s soul catcher)
Preston Singletary
2000
2000.53

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.

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