Grant Wood Quotes


Best Quotations by Grant Wood


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Wood's sister insisted that the painting depicts the farmer's daughter and not wife disliking suggestions it was the farmer's wife since that would mean that Grant Wood looks older than Wood's sister preferred to think of herself. Works by Wood


Paintings
Adolescence (1933)
American Gothic (1930)
Appraisal (1931)
Arbor Day (1932)
Arnold Comes of Age (1930)
The Birthplace of Herbert Hoover West Branch Iowa (1931)
Boy Milking Cow (1932)
Daughters of Revolution (1932)
Death on Ridge Road (1935)
Dinner for ThreGrant Woodrs (1934)
Fall Plowing (1931)
Haying (1939)
Iowa Cornfield (1941)
January (1940)
The Little Chapel Chancelade (1926)
The Midnight Ride of Paul Revere (1931)
Near Sundown (1933)
New Road (1939)
Parson Weems' Fable (1939)
Plaid Sweater (1931)
Portrait of Nan (1933)
Return from Bohemia (1935)
Seedtime and Harvest (1937)
Self-Portrait (1932)
Spotted Man (1924)
Stone City Iowa (1930)
Sultry Night (1937)
Woman with Plants (1929)
Young Corn (1931)


Writing
Wood Grant. Grant Wood [A Life].

[not in citation given]. He is best known for his paintings depicting the rural American Midwest particularly the painting American Gothic an iconic image of the 20th century.