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Grant Wood - Paul Revere
Design by Grant Wood Associated American Artists Pattern name: The Ride of Paul Revere Date on selvedge: 1952 Manufacturer: Riverdale Formed in 1934, the Associated American Artists group began with the intention to bridge the gap between artists and their audiences by making fine art affordable. By the 50s the group had expanded to include designing fabrics for both the clothing and home furnishings market. The fabrics were offered between 1952 to 1957.
Arty Farty Friday ~ Grant Wood - American Gothic etc.
Grant Wood. The name might be familiar to Americans, especially those in Iowa and the midwest, but until I came to the USA I hadn't even set eyes upon his most famous, and oft parodied, painting American Gothic. American Gothic. I'd assumed it depicted husband and wife, but I discovered it represents a farmer and his daughter. The artist's sister was the female model, and his dentist the male. The painting caused a stir in 1930 when it was exhibited for the first time at The Art Institute of…
Grant Wood and Regionalism (Visions on Rural Life and Work)
Together with John Steuart Curry and Thomas Hart Benton, Grant Wood was one of the three major figures of American regionalist art movement of the early years of 20th Century. Following a period of trips to Europe and an interest for impressionist and post-impressionist styles, he discovered the...