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Grant Wood
U.S. 1891-1942
History of Penmanship: Stylus and Wax Tablet of the Greeks 65.0012

History of Penmanship: Stylus and Wax Tablet of the Greeks 65.0012

Grant Wood
U.S. 1891-1942
Honorary Degree 65.0035

Honorary Degree 65.0035

Grant Wood
U.S. 1891-1942
In the Spring 65.0029

In the Spring 65.0029

Grant Wood
U.S. 1891-1942
Iowa Cornfield 60.1013

Iowa Cornfield 60.1013

In this late study, done out-of-doors, Wood paints the geometric forms of shocks of corn balanced against both the hedgerow and the autumn trees. Wood has also used a cross-hatching technique in the deeper shadows of the hedgerow and in his brushwork on the fields and shocks of corn, a technique he used in some of his other paintings.

Grant Wood
U.S. 1891-1942
Iowa Landscape 65.0007

Iowa Landscape 65.0007

This is the sketch that is believed to be Wood's last. Instead of adding texture to the paint with the cross-hatching technique used in Iowa Cornfield, Wood has inscribed marks into the trees and hedges, a technique used in the study for Stone City, Iowa. In this painting Wood seems to be moving towards an even more flattened landscape and abstract foreground.

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