A Year on a Farm. The Seasonal Landscapes of Grant Wood. I realized that all the really good ideas I’d ever had came to me while I was milking a cow. . So I went back to Iowa. --Grant Wood--. Fall Plowing. What is going on here?. What time of year is it? How can you tell?.
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So I went back to Iowa. --Grant Wood--
What time of year is it? How can you tell?
Are there any colors that make you feel hot or cold?
What are the different parts of the painting?
Where in the painting do your eyes focus?
What is in the front of the painting? How did the artist make it look like it was in the front?
January (Cornshocks)1937, lithograph9 by 11 7/8 in.Sheldon Memorial Art Gallery and Sculpture GardenUniversity of Nebraska-Lincoln, Nebraska Art Association CollectionJean Rathburn Faulkner Memorial1992.N-747
The works of Grant Wood displayed in this presentation are used with permission from:
Sheldon Memorial Art Gallery and Sculpture Garden
University of Virginia American Studies Program
This Power Point presentation created by Jamie Barnhill with valuable input from Karl Schaefer, Darlene Ryan and John Heffernan.