55 UMMA Objects
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Laton Alton Huffman
Stump Horn Bull, Absarokee Scout
1854 – 1931
Gift of Dr. & Mrs. Michael Fauman
Two abstract figures stand in the central portion of this image.  The figure on the left is much larger than the figure on the right.  The left figure looks toward the right, raising their arms into the air.  They wear a dress that has patterns of waving forms and squiggled lines.  The other figure bends one arm under their chin and has an outfit depicted with lines that curve to right. The background in mostly blank, except for a strip of patterned grey along the left side of the work. The figures stand on a band of black and grey ground.
Max Ernst (German (culture or style))
Museum Purchase made possible by the Friends of the Museum of Art
<p style="margin:0in 0in 0.0001pt"><span style="font-size:12pt"><span style="font-family:Calibri,sans-serif">A girl wearing a striped scarf or blanket standing among grass and trees, looking at the viewer. </span></span></p>
Laton Alton Huffman
Jennie Wallace, Crow Girl
1880 – 1905
Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Douglas M. Kenyon
Two figures in the foreground stand with their backs to the viewer, looking toward buildings in the middleground. The buildings are built in the pueblo style, with some arched windows and beams jutting out from the roof. A ladder leans against a building in the far left of the composition. The scene is heavily shadowed, by both the buildings and the figures.
Carl Hoerman
Tu Walpi, Arizona
1885 – 1954
Bequest of Carl F. Clarke
A photograph of wooden structures in a landscape. The structures are formed of crossing beams to form caches that are several feet off the ground. Beams of lumber are stored in the structures. 
Edward S. Curtis (American (North American))
Caches at Celilo
1909 – 1911
Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Douglas M. Kenyon
This is a photograph of a man standing outdoors, grass and trees surrounding him. He holds a large, curved staff in his left hand. He wears decorated clothing and a feather headdress. 
Edward S. Curtis (American (North American))
Door-of-Lodge Grizzly - Flathead
1910 – 1911
Gift of Stephen M. Taylor
This is a photograph of a party of horses and riders. The subjects prepare to head to battle, with spears and regalia. Behind them is a tipi and prairie landscape.
Edward S. Curtis (American (North American))
Start of a War Party
1907 – 1908
Gift of Stephen M. Taylor
A portrait of an aging man. He wears a tusk septum piercing and two long braids, with a garment draped over his soulders. A circular embroidered design is visible near the bottom of the frame.
Edward S. Curtis (American (North American))
1910 – 1911
Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Douglas M. Kenyon
Landscape painting with white mountain peak in center background, body of water in foreground, and a Native American encampment to left.
John Stanley
Mount Hood from The Dalles
Gift of Mrs. Edith Stanley Bayles and the late Mrs. Jane C. Stanley
This photograph depicts an aerial view of an earth work of a human figure encased by the shape of a pentagon.
Marilyn Bridges (American (North American))
Ha-ak, Blythe Site #1, Blythe, CA
Gift of Mr. and Mrs. James Agah, Class of 1989 (BBA)
Centered on the page in this print are two figures. Both have oranged-tan skin, revealed by their bare chests, arms and legs. At their ankles, there are white bands with gold circles. On the left, the figure wears blue shorts with a wide white waistband. He faces away, on his head there is a headdress in the shape of a horned-deer that faces to the left, attached by a white cloth. The figure holds two yellow disks. On the right, the man wears slightly different draping knickers with a wide-white waist band that has small orange toggles hanging off the front and a white flap off the back. He wears a blue mask with a white, abstracted face painted on. The mask has gold fabric attached at the top and bottom to represent hair and a beard. This right figure holds a small blue box with white design.
Carlos Mérida (Guatemalan)
Danza de los Pascolas y el Venado
1937 – 1939
Museum Purchase
A nearly cylindrical, dark gray and brown earthenware pot, with somewhat larger diameter at top than bottom and small, knob-like handles on either side near the top. Decorated wtih a line of small circular indentations around the upper portion, in line with the handles. Coarse linear imprints cover the entirety of the pot.
Diné (Navajo) (Navajo (culture or style))
Navajo Gray Ware Cooking Pot
1935 – 1945
Gift of Estelle Titiev, from the collection of Mischa Titiev