Grant Wood


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

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"Grant Wood: American Gothic and Other Fables" is on view at the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, through June 10.
You can imagine what Grant Wood's three thin-lipped spinsters in Daughters of Revolution (1932) would think of such a crowd.
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''It is hurtful as a professional artist to be told what is art work and what is not art work,'' said Tanyolacar, 38, who has taught at colleges in Florida and came to Iowa on a prestigious one-year Grant Wood printmaking fellowship.
Want to see how the couple in Grant Wood's "Rural Gothic" painting might look these days?
Grant Wood's iconic American Gothic painting portrays an austere farming couple, the man with pitchfork in hand as the woman gazes on.
Another Souleymani work takes inspiration from Grant Wood's "American Gothic." Painted in 1930, this well-known painting portrays a pair of aged dirt farmers, a man and a woman, in the distinctive garb of the rural U.S.
Others are textbook examples of bad science (a "test" equating how observant a person is with how familiar they are with Monopoly and Grant Wood's American Gothic).
Berger & Grant Wood 2010), which illustrates how the industry can be more than a means of capitalist incorporation--one that is also capable of cultural affirmation (Saragoza 1998), or of constituting informal forms of political diplomacy (Berger 2006).
Dugan made her Coupled series of photographs with the Polaroid 20 x 24 camera at the Massachusetts College of Art and Design in the mid-2000s, but they recall nineteenth-century wedding portraits, or even Grant Wood's painting American Gothic (1930).
Dina Berger, assistant professor of history at Loyola University, and Andrew Grant Wood, associate professor of history at Tulsa University, are responsible for collecting and editing the essays included in Holiday in Mexico.
The plaza where Monroe will be stationed until next spring was the home a few years ago to another Johnson sculpture: the equally iconic, though far less glamorous, farmer and his spinster daughter from Grant Wood's "American Gothic."
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.