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New Acquisitions
Untitled
Philip Guston
1954
2020.15.12
And Again
Kenneth Noland
1964
2020.15.25
Overhang
Morris Louis
1960
2020.15.19
Mem
Morris Louis
1957-1960
2020.15.20
Stand
Robert Ryman
1997
2020.15.29
Series #16 (White)
Robert Ryman
2003
2020.15.30
Diamond Dust Shoes
Andy Warhol
1980-81
2020.15.38
Cross Section
Franz Kline
1956
2020.15.17
Mountain Devil Lizard Dreaming
Kathleen Petyarr
1996
2019.20.1
Wati Kutjarra (Two Brothers Dreaming)
Tjumpo Tjapanangka
2004
2019.20.3
Old Woman Travels
Mick Namarari Tjapaltjarri
1995
2019.20.6
Yunarla
Yukultji Napangati
2010
2019.20.7
Marrapinti Rockhole
Doreen Reid Nakamarra
2007
2019.20.8
Walu
Tommy Mitchell
2008
2019.20.11
Kurtal
Ngilpirr Spider Snell
2005
2019.20.14
Tjamu Tjamu
Jackie Kurltjunyintja Giles
2004
2019.20.16
Munurru (Rough)
Galuma Maymuru
2005
2019.20.19
Mardayin Design
John Mawurndjul
2005
2019.20.20
Painting #26
Robert Ryman
ca. 1963
2020.15.28
Irish Elegy
Robert Motherwell
1965
2020.14.1
Untitled
Mark Rothko
1963
2020.14.16
Night Watch
Lee Krasner
1960
2020.14.4
Jane Lang
Andy Warhol
1976
2020.19
Crimson Spinning #2
Adolph Gottlieb
1959
2020.14.9
The Painter
Philip Guston
1976
2020.14.11
Painting No. 11
Franz Kline
1951
2020.14.12
Before the Day
Robert Motherwell
1972
2021.1.1
Town Square
Willem de Kooning
1948
2020.14.2
Dawn Shapes
Helen Frankenthaler
1967
2020.14.5
Portrait of Man with Glasses I
Francis Bacon
1963
2020.14.6
Study for a Portrait
Francis Bacon
1967
2020.14.7
The Sink
Joan Mitchell
1956
2020.14.15
Untitled
Mark Rothko
ca. 1945
2020.14.3
PH-338 (1949-No.2)
Clyfford Still
1949
2020.14.17
To B.W.T.
Philip Guston
1952
2020.14.10
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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.

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