Grant Wood  (American, 1891-1942) 

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Grant Wood, Mrs. Donald MacMurray

 

Grant Wood
Mrs. Donald MacMurray
1933

The Caldwell Gallery
Grant Wood, Seed Time and Harvest

 

Grant Wood
Seed Time and Harvest
1937

Kiechel Fine Art
Grant Wood, The Pulse

 

Grant Wood
The Pulse
1908

Kiechel Fine Art
Grant Wood, Approaching Storm

 

Grant Wood
Approaching Storm
1940

Kiechel Fine Art
Grant Wood, Fertility

 

Grant Wood
Fertility
1939

Kiechel Fine Art
Grant Wood, March

 

Grant Wood
March
1939

Kiechel Fine Art
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Grant Wood, A lazy afternoon

 

Grant Wood
A lazy afternoon
oil on board

 

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Grant Wood, Cafe de Palais

 

Grant Wood
Cafe de Palais
oil on board

 

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Grant Wood, The Radical

 

Grant Wood
The Radical, 1936
graphite, colored pencil, chalk and ink on brown paper

 

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1891   Born in Anamosa, IA on Feb. 13
1910   Attended art school in Minnesota
1913   Moved to Chicago to attend the Art Institute while working in silversmith shop
1920 - 1928   Made several trips to Europe and atttended the Academie Julian in Paris, France
1932   Founded Stone City Art Colony near Anamosa, IA
1934   Appointed dirctor of the Public Works of Art Projects
1935 - 1942   Worked at University of Iowa and became spokesman for the concept of Regionalism. He is known along with Thomas Hart Benton and John Steuart Curry, as the third in the Regionalist triad. His work is recognized as shaping America's vision of the Midwest
1942   Died on Feb.13 in Iowa City, IA