Oscar Howe (Yanktonai Dakota, 1915–1983), Umine Dance, 1958. Casein and gouache on paper, mounted to board, 18 x 22 in. Garth Greenan Gallery, New York
“Watergate Breaks Wide Open” by Jack Davis, watercolor and ink on paperboard, 1973. National Portrait Gallery, Smithsonian Institution; gift of TIME magazine.
Portrait of a Gaofeng Yuanmiao, 1238 - 1295. Chūan Kinkō (mid-15th century) Japan, Muromachi period, 1392-1568 Ink on paper. H x W (image): 58.4 x 37.4 cm. Gift of Charles Lang Freer, Freer Gallery of Art. F1911.317a-b
Chela Zabin, a marine ecologist with the Smithsonian Environmental Research Center, counts oysters and Fucus rockweed in the intertidal zone in San Francisco Bay. (Credit: Jeff Blumenthal/SERC)
Courtesy of IF/THEN
Photo credit: Heather Anderson, Smithsonian’s National Zoo
Image courtesy Smithsonian’s National Portrait Gallery. The National Portrait Gallery is grateful to the generous donors who made these commissions possible and proudly recognizes them at npg.si.edu/obamaportraitstour. Support for the national tour has been generously provided by Bank of America.
Credit: Christine McLaren
"The Web of Space" sculpture by John Safer. A miniature version of this sculpture is given to the National Air and Space Museum’s Michael Collins Trophy winners every year. Credit: Smithsonian Institution
Credit: Rodrigo Nuno
Still image of several supra-arcade downflows, also described as “dark, finger-like features,” occurring in a solar flare. The downflows appear directly above the bright flare arcade. This solar flare occurred June 18, 2015. Image credit: NASA SDO
Rendering of the GM Learning Lounge. Courtesy of the Smithsonian Latino Center
“Portrait of a Nation Award” presented by the Smithsonian’s National Portrait Gallery. Photo by Zach Hilty / BFA.com
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