Grant Wood

Grant Wood putting the finishing touches on his ice wagon

Grant Wood putting the finishing his ice wagon

From SIRIS Image Gallery, Archives of American Art

ca. 1933
Summary:
Wood painting a wagon outdoors. Identification on verso (handwritten) : “Grant Wood putting the finishing touches on his ice wagon – Stone City.” “Identification on accompanying label (typewritten): Grant Wood (1892-1942). His early work, using the rural life and people of Iowa, showed the influence of his interest in 15th and 16th century Flemish and German painting.” Published in: Archives of American Art Journal v. 3, no. 4, p.

American Gothic, 1930, Oil on beaverboard
74.3 × 62.4 cm, 29¼ × 24½ in
Art Institute of Chicago

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