The Man Who Made American Gothic

American Gothic

Grant Wood exhibit

Whitney Museum of American Art, Winter, 2018

Grant Wood painting

The American Golfer, 1940

Grant Wood painting

Woman With Plants, 1929

Grant Wood

Lilies of the Alley, 1925

Grant Wood chandelier

Corn chandelier

Grankt Wood's soldier

Soldier in the War of 1812, 1927

Grant Wood painting

Appraisal, 1931

Grant Wood painting

Shrine Quartet, 1939

Grant Wood Lounge Chair and Ottoman

Grant Wood Lounge Chair and Ottoman

Grant Wood painting

Van Antwerp Place, 1922-23

Grant Wood window

Grant Wood designed window

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7 Responses to The Man Who Made American Gothic

  1. M.B. Henry says:

    The house where American Gothic was painted was in my home state of Iowa. I visited one time!

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  2. Henry Lewis says:

    Interesting to see that the artist worked in so many different mediums. Now i want to research more about Wood’s life. Thanks for the education.

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  3. Donna Janke says:

    The Grant Wood exhibition looks wonderful. Of course I am familiar with American Gothic but know little about the rest of Wood’s work, which looks well worth seeing and learning more about.


  4. pjlazos says:

    Wow, another exhibit I need to see. It’s so diverse.

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  5. You’ve summed it perfectly. Love the images!


  6. JoHanna Massey says:

    What variety! I especially enjoyed the painting ‘Appraisal’ from 1931, and that golfer could well be Mike Pence! Enjoyed this post. Thank you.

    Liked by 1 person

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