Grant Wood


Also found in: Dictionary, Wikipedia.
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
Legend
Synonym
Antonym
Related
  • noun

Synonyms for Grant Wood

United States painter noted for works based on life in the Midwest (1892-1942)

Synonyms

References in periodicals archive ?
GRANT WOOD | ARTISTS | PAINTING | INSPIRATION | FRIENDSHIP
This past week, Brewer Grant Wood from the Boston Beer Company was in New York City at the Fishtail restaurant to preview the 2011 release of Sam Adams Utopias.
This is the Grant Wood of "American Gothic," painted also in 1930, his supposed traditionalism undercut by his personal identity.
Evans has done a great service simply by turning over the topsoil when it comes to Grant wood.
And his paintings generally, portraits as well landscapes, are informed by mid-century American 'regionalists' like Grant Wood, John Steuart Curry, and Thomas Hart Benton.
Samuel Adams brewer Grant Wood brought some with him to a recent beer-pairing dinner at Denver's Table 6 restaurant, and normally jaded media types were suitably impressed by the sherry-like elixir.
ANDREW GRANT WOOD, ON THE BORDER: SOCIETY AND CULTURE BETWEEN THE UNITED STATES AND MEXICO, LANHAM, MD: SCHOLARLY RESOURCES, 2004, 303 PP.
In the opening sentence of his 1935 essay "The Painter and the Writer," Grant Wood writes, "painters have been accused in the last few years of poaching on the domain of writers.
Midwest farm kids both my folks initiated us early to the mysterious rites of May, when the corn first sends its green shoot up through the good black earth--a little, vegetable maypole--and the green haze of crops gradually overspreads our Grant Wood hillsides.
Working in a tradition of pictorial embroidery, Sue Stone's Women with Fish, showing her grandmother posing outside her terraced home in Grimsby holding a large fish, is simultaneously homely and surreal, while American artist Cindy Hickok constructs a parody of Leonardo's Last Supper with figures lifted from the works of Cezanne, Degas, Van Gogh, Watteau, Renoir, Grant Wood, Modigliani and others.
The Grant Wood Area Education Agency (GWAEA), an intermediate agency that serves 33 east central Iowa school districts, began working in 2000 to determine why young people with disabilities were having a difficult time transitioning from high school to the world of work.
The figures who march across the pages of Look Homeward, America include the Iowa regionalist painter Grant Wood (American Gothic), the Ohio copperhead congressman Clement Vallandigham, the socialists Eugene V.
A friendly conversational tone of inquiry invites young readers to explore the world of one of our own, and to enjoy more than a dozen large layouts of Grant Wood paintings.
Lara Donohoe says her 2-1/2-year-old daughter Bailey might not be alive today if it wasn't for the CPR and first aid training she received from the American Red Cross Grant Wood Area Chapter.
Who else has written sympathetically and intelligently on such a range of figures: Louis Agassiz, Eudora Welty, Louis Zukofsky, Ronald Johnson, Pavel Tchelichew, Grant Wood, Ezra Pound, Walt Whitman, Paul Metcalf, Franz Kafka, O.