NA­TIVE AMER­I­CAN ART

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FLURY & COM­PANY

Vin­tage pho­to­graphic works line these gallery walls, most of them by Ed­ward Cur­tis. Cur­tis, in his North Amer­i­can In­dian Project, be­gan pho­tograph­ing Na­tive Amer­i­cans in the mid-1890s (in­clud­ing Chief Sealth’s daugh­ter, Princess An­ge­line) and sold the im­ages in his down­town Seat­tle stu­dio. Open M-Sa, 11 am- 6 pm. 322 1st Ave. S, 206.587.0260.

STEINBRUECK NA­TIVE GALLERY

This gallery spe­cial­izes in pro­mot­ing emerg­ing and es­tab­lished North­west Coast Na­tive artists, fea­tur­ing a con­tem­po­rary col­lec­tion of masks, pan­els, sil­ver and argillite jew­elry and more. 2030 West­ern Ave., 206.441.3821.

STONINGTON GALLERY

For 35 years, this gallery, a mem­ber of the Seat­tle Art Deal­ers As­so­ci­a­tion, has show­cased con­tem­po­rary masters of the Pa­cific North­west Coast. They spe­cial­ize in glass art, totem poles and masks, wood and metal sculp­ture, prints and fine jew­elry. Open daily. 125 S. Jack­son St., 866.405.4485.

THE LEGACY LTD.

A dealer since 1933, Legacy of­fers his­toric and con­tem­po­rary North­west Coast In­dian and Alaskan Na­tive art. In­side, you’ll dis­cover tra­di­tional masks, boxes, bowls, jew­elry and more. Open by ap­point­ment only. 11217 N. E. 15th St., Belle­vue, 425.454.2363.

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