Grant Wood


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

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Many students chose Grant Wood as the artist they wanted to study further and drew his works on acetate.
In general, critics were pleased to see a new book about Grant Wood, who, despite the popular American Gothic, is often neglected in histories of American or 20th-century art.
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.
But unlike those of Thomas Hart Benton and Grant Wood, Faulhaber's social spaces are completely lacking in human presence.
Grant Wood, from Environment Agency Wales, said: 'Rockwool is a prime example of a company recognising that being a good neighbour and improving the environment can result in substantial cost savings.
Grant Wood of Environment Agency Wales said Rockwool was a prime example of a firm recognising that being a good neighbour and improving the environment can result in substantial cost savings.
sat side by side (live and on film), looking like a Grant Wood painting
And he made the cover of Time magazine in 1938 with a flattering Grant Wood portrait now on the cover of this book.
The townsfolk live in a time capsule with 1950s accoutrements, while nighttime exteriors take on the frozen colonial atmosphere of Grant Wood paintings.
Likewise, we will need to hide away the works of art produced by the American regionalist painters of the 1930s: Ben Shawn, Grant Wood, Georgia O'Keeffe, and others who celebrated the endurance and strength of everyday heroes and common landscapes through bleak lenses of life (and yet with a fondness for the people who endured it).
You can see anything from primitive New Guinea artifacts to an English crewelwork piece from 1625 to a Grant Wood painting," he says.