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Artist: Grant Wood (American 1892-1942)

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Grant Wood, Midnight Ride of Paul Revere Fine Art Reproduction Oil Painting
Midnight Ride of Paul Revere
Grant Wood, New Road Fine Art Reproduction Oil Painting
New Road
Grant Wood, Stone City+ Iowa Fine Art Reproduction Oil Painting
Stone City+ Iowa
Grant Wood, American Gothic Fine Art Reproduction Oil Painting
American Gothic
Grant Wood, Truck Garden+ Moret Fine Art Reproduction Oil Painting
Truck Garden+ Moret
Grant Wood, Zinnias Fine Art Reproduction Oil Painting
Zinnias
Grant Wood, Fall Plowing Fine Art Reproduction Oil Painting
Fall Plowing
Grant Wood, Autumn Oaks Fine Art Reproduction Oil Painting
Autumn Oaks
Grant Wood, The Birthplace of Herbert Hoover Fine Art Reproduction Oil Painting
The Birthplace of Herbert Hoover
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Wood, Grant
1892-1942

Wood, Grant Biography

American painter, born in Anamosa, Iowa, and trained at the Art Institute of Chicago and at the Academie Julian in Paris. Grant Wood taught art in the public schools of Cedar Rapids, Iowa, from 1919 to 1924, and he served as artist in residence at the University of Iowa from 1935 to 1942. Grant Wood is best known for his later paintings, which depict the scenes and people of his native Iowa. A leader in the regionalist school of 20th-century American art, he was strongly influenced by the subject matter and technique of various German and Flemish painters of the Renaissance (14th century to 17th century). In translating their stylized formality to the American scene, however, Grant Wood added his own distinctive touches of irony and realism. This satirical treatment can be observed in Wood's most famous work, the double portrait American Gothic (1930, Art Institute of Chicago), and in Daughters of the Revolution (1932, Cincinnati Art Museum, Cincinnati, Ohio.)

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