Arts Everyday Living: From the Artist of American Gothic-Journey to Rural America, Spring & Fall

Grant Wood, Spring Turning, 1936, oil on masonite, Reynolda House Museum of American Art, Winston Salem, NC


American artist Grant Wood (1891-1942) is renowned for his iconic American Gothic, a symbol of his Midwestern background. However, he also recreated the Iowan rural countryside, whether the rich, velvety fields of spring or the warm tones of autumn, a time of harvest and home.


Grant Wood, Fall Plowing, 1931, oil, Viola, Iowa

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