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This stylized drawing by Frank Big Bear features two Native American men in the foreground, gazing outward at the viewer. The two are dressed in traditional attire and colored with bright blues, yellows, purples, and reds. In the middle ground, near…

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In this black and white print, Clement Haupers depicts three women in front of a sign reading 'Hotel.' Standing close together, the figures form a rough triangle, with the woman in the middle standing taller than her two companions. The woman on the…

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Frank Big Bear's multi-panel collage consists of one hundred and forty-four 8 1/2 x 6-inch individual colleges. He created each piece by pasting photographic paper on identical postcards from his son, Star Wallowing Bull's art exhibition at the…

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This oil painting by Clement Haupers features five figures lounging on a grassy hill by the sea. In the center of the work, three of the five figures are seated while the other two stand off to the right and left. They wear a long white robe and have…

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In this painted landscape, George Morrison used layered brushstrokes, subdued colors, and textures to depict the shores of Lake Superior during the autumn season. The top third of the work is painted with gray and light blue pigment while the lower…

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One in a series of four pastel drawings by George Morrison, this abstract landscape of Lake Superior is covered in layers of green and orange colors and dusted with purple pastels. A horizontal line is drawn across the page a quarter of the way down…

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Created during George Morrison’s sojourn in France, this pen and ink drawing depicts several black decorative patterns against a white background. On the left, solid rectangular and circular shapes are stacked vertically while the forms in the…

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This drawing by George Morrison features a checkerboard pattern of brown and black blocks of varying sizes, which Morrison formed with hash marks of colored ink.

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This drawing by Ed Ruscha depicts the word "Business" in white lettering near the top of a solid background of burnt-orange. Using pastel and gunpowder, Ruscha rendered his letterforms to look three-dimensional, as though they were fashioned from…

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Clement Hauper's print features three young women performing the Charleston dance in front of a curtain. They wear showgirl costumes that expose their arms, stomachs, and legs. The figure in the middle wears a feathered headdress while the two women…