AMERICAN GALLERY

Greatest American Painters

Grant Wood (1891 – 1942)

Posted by Suzay Lamb on July 20, 2012


American Gothic

The Perfectionist

Woman With Plant

The Midnight Ride Of Paul Revere

 

Main Street Mansion

 

Birthplace Of Herbert Hoover

Appraisal

Plaid Sweater

Arnold Comes Of Age

Arbor Day

Stone City, Iowa

Boy Milking Cow

Dinner For Threshers

Parson Weems’ Fable

 

Death On Ridge Road

Return From Bohemia

John B. Turner, Pioneer

 

Spring’s Oak

Spring In the Country

Daughters Of The Revolution

Sentimental Ballad

Haying

Fall Plowing

Self-Portrait

Portrait Of Nan

January

February

March

Honorary Degree

 

2 Responses to “Grant Wood (1891 – 1942)”

  1. Sylvia said

    I am surprised at the scope of Grant Wood’s paintings. Mostly I am familiar with “American Gothic.” Many of his paintings were a surprise to me. Thank you for letting me see some of his other paintings.

  2. Bruce said

    “Parson Weems’ Fable” always makes me laugh, as intended, when I see President Washington’s head on little George’s body. :)

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